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Emerging Strategies in Tribal-State Collaboration: Barriers and Solutions to Enforcing Tribal Protection Orders
This is a report on a meeting held at Agua Caliente Reservation in December 2017 to discuss the barriers and explore promising strategies that pertain to the enforcement of tribal protection orders across jurisdictions, which are critical in countering violence against Native women.
This report highlights information discussed and gathered during the December 6, 2017, meeting on the Agua Caliente Reservation to explore the barriers and promising strategies around the enforcement of tribal protection orders.