SORNA: Implementation in Indian Country
Native Americans endure sexual assault at a rate far greater than any other demographic group in the United States. Sex offender registration and notification in Indian Country are effective tools in preventing these assaults.
Funding for SORNA Implementation
The Support for Adam Walsh Act Implementation grant program helps jurisdictions improve information sharing; develop or enhance absconder apprehension efforts; collect, store, and analyze sex offender data; and implement other efforts aimed at furthering the objectives of the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act. More
2008 National Symposium on Sex Offender Management and Accountability
The SMART Office’s annual symposium is being held in Baltimore, Maryland from July 30 to August 1, 2008. The symposium offers four concurrent tracks covering policy, enforcement, emerging issues, and Indian Country. More
2008 National Tribal Symposium: SORNA Training for Indian Country
The 2008 National Tribal Symposium on Sex Offender Management and Accountability brought tribal leaders and tribal criminal justice and social service representatives together to share resources and have their questions about the Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act answered. More