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TRIBES WHO HAVE IMPLEMENTED EXTENDED SENTENCING

Link to Tribe's Website and/or Relevant Code Provisions

Cherokee Nation (OK)

- Legislative Act 10-13

- Title 21 Crimes and Punishments

- Sex Offender Registry

Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation (OR)

- Criminal Code

- Sex Offender Registry

Eastern Band of Cherokee Nation (NC)

- Ordinance 182-2012

- Ordinance 210-2012

- Code

- Sex Offender Registry

Fort Peck Tribes (MT)

- Title VI Criminal Procedures

- Title VII Criminal Offenses

- Sex Offender Registry

Hopi Tribe (AZ)

- Resolution H-086-2012

- Hopi Code

- Sex Offender Registry

Muscogee (Creek) Nation (OK)

- Title 14 Crimes and Punishments

- Sex Offender Registration Code

Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community (AZ)

- Chapter 6 Criminal Code

- Chapter 8 Sentencing

- Chapter 10 Domestic Relations (note: Article VII, Domestic Violence)

Tulalip Tribes (WA)

- Title 3 Criminal Offenses and Infractions

- Chapter 3.22 Sex Offender Registration

TRIBES WHO ARE CLOSE TO IMPLEMENTING EXTENDED SENTENCING  

Gila River Indian Community (AZ)

*note: TLOA provisions passed; laws slated to become effective in 2014

- Criminal Code

- Sex Offender Registry

Menominee Nation (WI)  
Pascua Yaqui Tribe (AZ)  
Pokagon Band of Potawatomi (MI)  
Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation (OK)  
Pueblo of Laguna (NM)  
Pueblo of Zuni (NM)  
Puyallup Tribe (WA)  
San Carlos Apache Nation (NM)  
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe (ND/SD)
Three Affiliated Tribes of the Fort Berthold Reservation (ND)  
Ute Mountain Ute Tribe (CO)  

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