Sheriff’s Department Praised for Tribal Best Practices

Sheriff’s Department Praised for Tribal Best Practices


The United States Department of Justice (DOJ) recently praised the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department for its successful participation in a peer exchange program involving its Tribal Liaison Unit.

The exchange effort, which completed in April, was coordinated by the DOJ in partnership the Rapid City Police Department and the Pennington County Sheriff’s Department from South Dakota. The exchange provided an opportunity for the South Dakota’s police/sheriffs to learn from how the Riverside County Sheriff’s Department works in partnership with local Native American Tribal nations.

In a recent assessment of the exchange program, DOJ commended Riverside County Sheriffs for what it called their forward-thinking philosophies in relation to community policing and for distinguishing itself as a leader relative to its support of American Indian communities through the sheriff department’s Tribal Liaison Unit. 

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