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Title 25Chapter ISubchapter BPart 10


TITLE 25—Indians

CHAPTER I—BUREAU OF INDIAN AFFAIRS, DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR

SUBCHAPTER B—LAW AND ORDER

PART 10—INDIAN COUNTRY DETENTION FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS

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§10.1
Why are policies and standards needed for Indian country detention programs?
§10.2
Who is responsible for developing and maintaining the policies and standards for detention and holding facilities in Indian country?
§10.3
Who must follow these policies and standards?
§10.4
What happens if the policies and standards are not followed?
§10.5
Where can I find the policies and standards for the administration, operation, services, and physical plant/construction of Indian country detention, community residential, and holding facilities?
§10.6
How is the BIA assured that the policies and standards are being applied uniformly and facilities are properly accredited?
§10.7
Where do I find help or receive technical assistance in complying with the policies and standards?
§10.8
What minimum records must be kept and reports made at each detention, community residential, or holding facility in Indian country?
§10.9
If a person is detained or incarcerated in an Indian country detention, community residential, or holding facility, how would they know what their rights, privileges, safety, protection and expected behavior would be?
§10.10
What happens if I believe my civil rights have been violated while incarcerated in an Indian country detention or holding facility?
§10.11
How would someone detained or incarcerated, or their representative, get the BIA policies and standards?


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