The Department of the Interior – Indian Affairs is hosting two summits that may interest you:
The 2019 Inaugural Indian Country Public Safety Summit in Albuquerque, New Mexico – This two day session will focus on identifying and coordinating public safety resources for Indian Country Public Safety and an opportunity for federal partners to discuss public safety priorities with Tribal Leaders, Indian Country Chiefs of Police, Tribal Judges, and Tribal Prosecutors. We want to hear from you on ways to stop the escalating cycle of violence occurring in Indian Country Communities.is tudges, and Tribal Prosecutors. We want to hear from you on ways to stop the escalating cycle of violence occurring in Indian Country Communities.
Who Should Attend: Tribal Leaders, Judges, Prosecutor and Chiefs of Police are the target audience.
Dates: Monday, August 26th – Tuesday, August 27, 2019
Details and Register HERE
National Tribal Broadband Summit in Washington, DC – The Department of the Interior (DOI), in collaboration with the Department of Education (ED) and the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS), will showcase new technologies and innovative partnership solutions that are critical to bridging the connectivity divide in Indian Country. As part of the larger effort to close the digital divide in Indian Country, the National Tribal Broadband Summit will connect community leaders with information and resources to identify opportunities for public and private sector solutions to close the connectivity gap in schools and libraries on tribal lands.
Dates: Monday, September 23rd – Tuesday, September 24, 2019
Details and More Information here https://www.doi.gov/tribalbroadband