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e-CFR Data is current as of July 25, 2014

TITLE 25—Indians

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

SUBCHAPTER B—LAW AND ORDER

PART 12—INDIAN COUNTRY LAW ENFORCEMENT

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Subpart A—RESPONSIBILITIES

§12.1
Who is responsible for the Bureau of Indian Affairs law enforcement function?
§12.2
What is the role of the Bureau of Indian Affairs Director of Law Enforcement Services?
§12.3
Who supervises Bureau of Indian Affairs criminal investigators?
§12.4
Who supervises the Bureau of Indian Affairs uniformed police, detention, and conservation enforcement functions?
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Subpart B—POLICIES AND STANDARDS

§12.11
Do I have to follow these regulations?
§12.12
What about self-determination?
§12.13
What happens if I do not follow the rules in this part?
§12.14
Where can I find specific policies and standards for law enforcement functions in Indian country?
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Subpart C—AUTHORITY AND JURISDICTION

§12.21
What authority is given to Indian country law enforcement officers to perform their duties?
§12.22
Can Bureau of Indian Affairs law enforcement officers enforce tribal laws?
§12.23
What are the jurisdictional limits in Indian country?
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Subpart D—QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING REQUIREMENTS

§12.31
Are there any minimum employment standards for Indian country law enforcement personnel?
§12.32
Do minimum employment standards include a background investigation?
§12.33
Are Indian country law enforcement officers paid less than other law enforcement officers?
§12.34
Do minimum salaries and position classifications apply to a tribe that has contracted or compacted law enforcement under self-determination?
§12.35
Do Indian country law enforcement officers complete any special training?
§12.36
Does other law enforcement training count?
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Subpart E—RECORDS AND INFORMATION

§12.41
Who keeps statistics for Indian country law enforcement activities?
§12.42
Do Indian country law enforcement programs share information with their own communities or other agencies?
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Subpart F—CONDUCT

§12.51
Must Indian country law enforcement officers follow a code of conduct?
§12.52
How do I report misconduct?
§12.53
Who investigates officer misconduct?
§12.54
What can I do if I believe my civil rights have been violated?
§12.55
Are there any limits on how much force an officer can use when performing law enforcement duties?
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Subpart G—SUPPORT FUNCTIONS

§12.61
Can I be paid for information that helps solve a crime?
§12.62
Who decides what uniform an Indian country law enforcement officer can wear and who pays for it?
§12.63
Do Indian country law enforcement officers perform other duties as well?


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