- California Dependency Online Guide (CalDog)
- Resources for Tribal/State Court Collaborations
- Statewide Directory of Services for Native American Families
- Tribal Grants
- Tribal/State Programs Fact Sheet
Resources relating to cases of domestic violence, dating violence, sexual assault, trafficking, elder abuse, and stalking and Native American communities.
Native American Statistical Abstract: Violence and Victimization
The information described in this document provides information on statistical rates of varying types of violence and Native American women.
Native American Community Justice Project
In 2008, a statewide needs assessment was conducted in urban and rural tribal communities throughout California that requested to participate in the project. The NACJP began the dialogue between California’s tribal communities, Native American agencies, the California judicial branch and state agency partners on Domestic Violence, Sexual Assault, Stalking, & Teen-Dating Violence.
Responses to Domestic Violence in Tribal Communities
The report details the results of a regional survey of Northern California tribal communities focused on domestic violence. Surveys and focus groups were conducted to assess the prevalence of domestic violence victimization, perpetration, and reporting to authorities; perceptions regarding community and justice system responses to these incidents; and future policy recommendations. Researchers found that more than one-third of adults reported previous domestic violence victimization, among other findings.
Statewide Directory of Native American Resources
The directory contains contact information on services to assist Indian children and families.
Public Law 280 and Family Violence
This curriculum is intended to provide an overview of Public Law 280– State court's role in ensuring safety and protection for Native American victims of family violence— domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, and teen dating violence— in Indian County.
Family Violence Outline
Competencies and Learning Objectives
Family Violence Scenarios
Curriculum Evaluation Form
California Tribal Advocate Curriculum Powerpoint
Tribal Advocates Curriculum Legal Portion
Domestic Violence Restraining Orders- this online course on CalDog is intended for court clerks, takes you through the restraining order request process, from the initial interaction with the person who wants a domestic violence restraining order through the hearing.
California Courts Protective Order Registry (CCPOR) Tribal Project
This project provides read-only access by sharing restraining and protective order information, state court and tribal courts are better able to protect the public, particularly victims of domestic violence.
Domestic Abuse Self-Help (DASH) Tribal Project
This project helps litigants obtain restraining orders in tribal courts and state courts. In this project, a lay tribal advocate works under the supervision of an attorney (known as the "reviewing attorney") to assist a tribal agency's client. The attorney, from any location, supervises the tribal advocate through the use of technology, training, and a review of the advocate's court documents.
Tribal Protection Orders
This website, developed by the Tribal Law and Policy Institute is designed to provide both tribal and non-tribal entities with a clearinghouse of information and resources pertaining to the issuance and enforcement of protection orders.
Recognition and Enforcement of Tribal Protective Orders
Information for tribal court and state court judges on matters involving domestic violence. Black and White format