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U.S. Legal professional’s Workplace releases first annual Lacking and Murdered Indigenous Individuals Program report

U.S. Attorney's Office releases first annual Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons Program report

The following is a press release from the US Attorney’s Office, District of Oregon. PORTLAND, Ore. – The US Attorney’s Office for Oregon District today released its first annual Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) program report, US attorney Billy J. Williams announced. The report is the first of its kind produced by a U.S. … Read more

U.S. attorneys launch pilot undertaking with Cherokee, Muscogee (Creek) Nations to deal with lacking, murdered Indigenous circumstances | Information

U.S. attorneys launch pilot project with Cherokee, Muscogee (Creek) Nations to address missing, murdered Indigenous cases | News

MUSKOGEE – On Tuesday, U.S. attorneys Trent Shores, from Northern District of Oklahoma and Brian Kuester, from Eastern District of Oklahoma, launched a pilot to implement a tribal community response plan with Muscogee (Creek) Nation and Cherokee Nation under Attorney General William P. Barr’s initiative for missing and murdered indigenous people. Muscogee (Creek) Nation boss … Read more

U.S. Attorneys to deal with lacking and murdered indigenous individuals instances | Information

U.S. Attorneys to address missing and murdered indigenous persons cases | News

US attorneys Trent Shores, from Northern District of Oklahoma and Brian Kuester, from Eastern District of Oklahoma, launched a pilot to implement a tribal community response plan with Muscogee (Creek) Nation and Cherokee Nation under Attorney General William P. Barr’s missing and the MMIP initiative (Murdered Indigenous Persons). Muscogee (Creek) Nation boss David Hill and … Read more

U.S. Attorneys, Tribal Leaders Announce Pilot Program To Assist Discover Lacking Indigenous Individuals

US Attorneys, Tribal Leaders Announce Pilot Program To Help Find Missing Indigenous People

U.S. attorneys and tribal leaders in Oklahoma on Monday released details of their recent efforts to find missing indigenous people. Oklahoma is the first state to launch a new pilot that could ultimately help other states with their missing person cases. The pilot program is being led by the Muscogee (Creek) Nation and Cherokee Nation … Read more