Tuesday, June 24, 2008

Tribe reaches out to local law enforcement to rid reservation of crime

James Ramos, chairman of the San Manuel Band of Serrano Mission Indians has made ridding his reservation of crime a priority. He has asked San Bernardino County law enforcement officers to beef up patrols on the reservation in Southern California, according to the Los Angeles Times. The spirit of cooperation that exists between deputies there and the tribal government is in stark contrast the situation that exists at Soboba.

Deputies in San Bernardino are taking classes in Indian law and jurisdiction conducted by the Falmouth Institute. Yesterday’s story in the Times, quotes Falmouth’s own … Richard Phelps. Our company’s founder and CEO.

1 comment:

  1. This is interesting.
    How do you get positive results from a prejudice community?
    (I am speaking of my current community)
    More power to you.