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Title 25Chapter ISubchapter BPart 12 → Subpart E


Title 25: Indians
PART 12—INDIAN COUNTRY LAW ENFORCEMENT


Subpart E—Records and Information


Contents
§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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§12.41   Who keeps statistics for Indian country law enforcement activities?

The Director maintains a criminal justice information system for Indian country. The Director will prescribe the types of data to be collected and the reporting format to be used to collect information and assemble reports on crime reported in Indian country. These reports may be provided to the Department of Justice. Any law enforcement program receiving funding from the BIA must use the same reporting format and submit the same statistical reports to the Office of Law Enforcement Services as prescribed by the Director and as are required of all BIA law enforcement programs.

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§12.42   Do Indian country law enforcement programs share information with their own communities or other agencies?

At intervals established by the Director, each BIA criminal investigations program, and any investigations program receiving BIA funds will consult with local tribal leaders and managers of local patrol and detention programs. They will discuss the quality of the local investigations program and offer feedback and technical assistance. There will be no requirement to disclose confidential investigative information or to compromise ongoing investigations during this process.

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