Law enforcement agencies receiving funds under this chapter shall meet the following
(a) Training of law enforcement personnel to be culturally sensitive in the delivery
of services to the Native American communities. This training shall include, but shall not be limited to, all of the following:
(1) The creation of an Indian community officer position.
(2) The recruiting and training of Native American volunteers to assist in implementing
and conducting reservation or rancheria crime prevention programs.
(b) Increasing community crime awareness by establishing community involvement programs,
such as community or neighborhood watch programs, tailored for reservations and rancherias.
(c) Establishing drug traffic intervention programs on reservations through the increased
use of law enforcement and special assignment officers.
(d) Developing a delinquency prevention or diversion program for Indian teenagers
and young adults.
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