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Bureau of Prisons Implements Key Provision of Tribal Law and Order Act with Pilot Program to Incarcerate Tribal Prisoners in Federal Prisons

On Friday, November 26, 2010, the Department of Justice Federal Bureau of Prisons met a key deadline under the Tribal Law & Order Act by launching a four-year pilot program to begin accepting certain tribal offenders sentenced in tribal courts for placement in Bureau of Prisons institutions.  To read more, click the following link:

http://www.justice.gov/opa/pr/2010/November/10-asg-1352.html

For a copy of the BOP Pilot Program, click on the "Documents" tab of the TLOA Resource Center website and search for the document labeled "Bureau of Prisons Tribal Law & Order Pilot Program."

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