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Ilani Casino

article County, Cowlitz approve casino law services (4/25/2017)
(Washington) -- Just exactly how the ilani Casino will be policed has been sketched out and approved as the Clark County Board of County Councilors voted last week to...
article Ilani Casino, Clark County seal policing deal (4/18/2017)
(Washington) -- With less than a week until the Cowlitz Indian Tribe opens its much-anticipated Ilani Casino Resort, the Clark County council unanimously approved a one-...
article Agreements to bring law and order to casino (4/17/2017)
(Washington) -- As final touches are being put on the Ilani Casino Resort, slated to open April 24 on the Cowlitz Indian Reservation west of La Center, Clark County...
3 Total Articles on this Issue

Pine Ridge

article Oglala Sioux Tribe police chief resigns (4/25/2017)
(South Dakota) -- The Oglala Sioux Tribal Council called for the removal of acting Police Chief Harry Martinez during a special meeting on Monday, according to...
1 Article on this Issue

Cherokee Nation

article Cherokee Nation donates to Tahlequah PD (4/22/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- The Tahlequah City Council recently approved a donation of $15,000 to the Tahlequah Police Department for the use of law enforcement equipment and its...
article CN Tribal Council donates $5,000 to Locust Grove Police Department (4/5/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- Cherokee Nation District 15 Tribal Councilor Janees Taylor on Wednesday donated $5,000 to the Locust Grove Police Department. According to LGPD Chief Bryan...
article CN Tribal Council assisting with police trauma equipment (3/3/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- Cherokee Nation District 15 Tribal Councilor Janees Taylor on Wednesday met with officials from the Claremore Police Department, and made a donation of $5,...
article Tribal Council authorizes the donation of vehicles to three law enforcement agencies (2/23/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- The Cherokee Nation Tribal Council unanimously passed three resolutions authorizing the Marshal Service to donate a surplus vehicle to three law...
4 Total Articles on this Issue

Navajo Nation

article Three Navajo cops killed on duty in under 2 years (4/16/2017)
(Arizona) -- Navajo Nation, the largest Native American reservation in the country in both size and population, is as extraordinary for its sweeping, magnificent views...
article Three Navajo cops killed on duty in under 2 years (4/14/2017)
(Arizona) -- Navajo Nation, the largest Native American reservation in the country in both size and population, is as extraordinary for its sweeping, magnificent views...
article Navajo Nation man indicted for murder of tribal officer (4/13/2017)
(New Mexico) -- A Navajo Nation man has been charged with murder and other crimes in the March 11 killing of a tribal police officer. A federal indictment announced...
article Navajo Nation President: “In Honoring Office Largo, We Honor the Service of All Our Officers” (4/10/2017)
(Arizona) -- On Thursday, Apr. 6, President Russell Begaye stood beside Jamescita Peshlakai, Arizona Senator for District 7, as she read a Senate Proclamation honoring...
article Death of tribal officer highlights dangers to policing vast Navajo Nation (3/18/2017)
(New Mexico) -- The first time Houston Largo faced deadly gunfire as a Navajo police officer, he and other tribal police had swarmed a patch of desert near the Chuska...
article Largo was ‘an excellent officer’ (3/17/2017)
(New Mexico) -- The procession honoring the fallen Navajo police officer, Houston James Largo, began in Albuquerque on Tuesday as five or six police units followed the...
article Fallen Navajo officer called fearless, hilarious at service (3/16/2017)
(New Mexico) -- Since he was a young boy, Houston James Largo had dreams of one day wearing a uniform and a badge and helping communities on the nation's largest...
article Praise for a heroic Navajo lawman (3/16/2017)
(New Mexico) -- Even as a young boy, Houston James Largo had dreams of one day wearing a uniform and a badge and helping communities on the nation’s largest...
article Flags to be lowered for fallen tribal officer (3/13/2017)
(New Mexico) -- Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey is ordering flags to fly at half-staff in honor of a Navajo Nation police officer who died after being shot by someone he...
article Navajo Nation officer died after encountering 2 people (3/13/2017)
(New Mexico) -- A tribal police officer shot dead over the weekend in a remote community on the nation's largest American Indian reservation died after he...
article Navajo police officer fatally shot (3/13/2017)
(New Mexico) -- A Navajo police officer died Sunday afternoon of a gunshot wound he received Saturday night while responding to a domestic disturbance in Casamero Lake,...
article FBI: Navajo Nation officer shot responding to call has died (3/12/2017)
(New Mexico) -- A police officer from the largest U.S. Indian reservation died after being shot early Sunday while responding to a domestic violence call in western New...
article Women officers big part of Shiprock district (2/21/2017)
(New Mexico) -- After preparing her vehicle, Navajo Nation police Sgt. Shirley Sanisya was ready to patrol the parking lots, streets and neighborhoods of this town....
article Wanted: More female officers on Navajo (2/19/2017)
(Arizona) -- Navajo Nation Police Chief Phillip Francisco wants to encourage more women to join the police department. He said his department employs 48 women and 183...
article FBI: Man dead, no officers hurt in tribal police shooting (2/11/2017)
(New Mexico) -- The FBI says one man is dead and no officers were injured in a shooting involving tribal police on the Navajo Nation in northwestern New Mexico.
article Navajo Nation Vice President Nez Promotes Collaboration at 2017 Navajo Nation Public Safety Summit (2/1/2017)
(Arizona) -- Navajo Nation Vice President Jonathan Nez provided opening remarks at the 2017 Navajo Nation Public Safety Summit, which was held at Twin Arrows Navajo...
16 Total Articles on this Issue

Card Clubs

article Swedish Businessman Who Used San Diego Card Room for Organized Crime Pleads Guilty (4/13/2017)
(California) -- Swedish businessman Petter Magnus Karlsson pleaded guilty Thursday to engaging in an international racketeering conspiracy that used a San Diego card...
1 Article on this Issue

Osage Tribe

article Osage Casino reopens after bomb threat evacuation (4/13/2017)
(Oklahoma) -- Tulsa's Osage Casino reopened early Thursday morning after a bomb threat prompted an evacuation.
1 Article on this Issue

Swinomish Tribe

article New chief settles in at Swinomish Police Department (4/6/2017)
(Washington) -- Making root beer floats for about 50 kids on spring break may not be where Swinomish Police Chief Lou D’Amelio thought he’d be at this stage...
article New Swinomish police chief learning tribal traditions (3/1/2017)
(Washington) -- In his new role as Swinomish police chief, Lou D’Amelio is learning how cultural traditions combine with his job of enforcing the law. “It...
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Mohegan Sun

article Mohegan Sun Pocono officials being initiative to combat underage gambling (4/1/2017)
(Pennsylvania) -- Mohegan Sun Pocono officials in Pennsylvania have begun an initiative to combat underage gaming. The changes follow a $70,000 fine by state gambling...
1 Article on this Issue

Kickapoo Tribe

article Kickapoo Tribe's Assistant Police Chief arrested on child sex charges (3/29/2017)
(Kansas) -- The Assistant Police Chief for the Kickapoo Tribe has been arrested on child sex charges. Jackson County Sheriff Tim Morse says Joshua Barnes, 33, of Meridan...
1 Article on this Issue

Donald Trump

article Did a Mafia poker game trigger the wiretapping of Trump Tower? (3/24/2017)
(New York) -- The FBI has admitted that they have indeed wire tapped Trump Tower – but their target was not its bombastic billionaire owner. The bureau said that...
1 Article on this Issue

Dakota Access Pipeline

article US taxpayers might be on the hook for pipeline protest costs (3/16/2017)
(North Dakota) -- North Dakota officials appear poised to go after the U.S. government — and thus U.S. taxpayers — to recoup more than $38 million in state...
article Lawsuit Reveals Harassment DAPL Protesters Sent Sheriff (3/4/2017)
(North Dakota) -- From the beginning, the activists protesting the Dakota Access Pipeline resisted police presence. For months they claimed–often very loudly...
article Police Catalogue Brutal Threats DAPL Protestors Made to Officers, Families (3/2/2017)
(North Dakota) -- Lawyers defending law enforcement officers who were policing protests of the Dakota Access Pipeline in North Dakota compiled nearly 40 pages of violent...
article State Patrol troopers in North Dakota not wearing name tags (2/27/2017)
(North Dakota) -- The 17 Wisconsin State Patrol officers sent to North Dakota last week to help disperse an encampment of oil pipeline protesters on federal land are not...
article Law enforcement arrests nine for trespassing (2/22/2017)
(North Dakota) -- Nine pipeline protesters were arrested for trespassing by 5 p.m. Wednesday, following state evacuation orders of the Oceti Sakowin camp. The pipeline...
article Officers surround main Standing Rock camp, preparing for evacuations tomorrow (2/21/2017)
(North Dakota) -- They have the camps surrounded – dozens of North Dakota police and now a small army of National Park Service rangers who are counting down the...
6 Total Articles on this Issue

Public Law 280

article Polson lawmaker introduces, then kills tribal law enforcement bill (2/27/2017)
(Montana) -- In the policymaking sprint of Montana’s every-other-year Legislature, not every bill is destined to pass. Nor are they necessarily intended to, as was...
article County-tribal law enforcement agreement could see changes (2/21/2017)
(Montana) -- A Polson lawmaker is advancing a bill in the Montana Legislature that would obligate the state to cover law enforcement costs for counties prosecuting...
article 'Clean up' bill eliminates fund for reservation law enforcement (1/30/2017)
(Nebraska) -- A proposed bill would eliminate state aid for Native American reservation law enforcement -- that is, if the state were providing aid in the first place....
3 Total Articles on this Issue

Tohono O’odham

article CBP searching for K9 Dunja after he went missing near Papago Farms (2/25/2017)
(Arizona) -- U.S. Customs and Border Protection is searching for Border Patrol K-9 Dunja after he went missing Monday on the Tohono O'odham Nation near Papago Farms.
1 Article on this Issue

Pokagon Band

article Dr. Phil confession leads to guilty plea for trashing Michigan hotel (2/18/2017)
(Michigan) -- A man who trashed a hotel room in southwest Michigan last summer, then talked about it on the Dr. Phil show, pleaded guilty Friday to a federal charge of...
1 Article on this Issue

Mashpee Wampanoag

article Taunton police, fire say unified 911 call center at least year away (2/16/2017)
(Massachusetts) -- Police and fire officials told the City Council on Tuesday night that they're working toward the goal of establishing a unified, police and fire...
1 Article on this Issue

Connecticut Gaming

article Bill would enable municipal, tribal police to assist each other (2/14/2017)
(Connecticut) -- Municipalities would be able to enter into mutual-aid agreements with the Mashantucket Pequot and Mohegan tribal police departments under a bill...
1 Article on this Issue

Philippines Gaming

article Dela Rosa declares war on illegal gambling (2/12/2017)
(Philippines) -- The Philippine National Police’s anti-drug campaign “Oplan Double Barrel Alpha” is taking a backseat as the police shift their focus...
article Rody to fire officials who coddle gambling lords (2/12/2017)
(Philippines) -- President Duterte would not hesitate to dismiss or order the filing of cases against officials who protect gambling lords or use his anti-illegal...
article Philippines Government Directing Police to Rid Country of Illegal Gambling (2/5/2017)
(Philippines) -- The Philippines government has been going back and forth on gambling ever since President Rodrigo Duterte took the country’s highest office last...
3 Total Articles on this Issue

New York Gaming

article Private security, police, fire join forces for casino safety (2/6/2017)
(New York) -- Police are beefing up patrols and ramping up traffic enforcement around Rivers Casino and Resort at Mohawk Harbor in anticipation of crowds expected to...
article Schenectady police, casino personnel prepare to address traffic, safety concerns (2/6/2017)
(New York) -- Schenectady police and casino personnel are gearing up for what is expected to be a hectic few days at the new Rivers Casino and Resort.
2 Total Articles on this Issue

Caesars

article Police seek identity of Horseshoe Casino shooter (2/4/2017)
(Maryland) -- Baltimore Police have just released surveillance video from the shooting that injured two in the Horseshoe Casino garage.
1 Article on this Issue

Other News

article Anti-gambling NIR police director denies favoritism (4/29/2017)
(Philippines) -- Chief Superintendent Renato Gumban, director of the Police Regional Office-18 (Negros Island Region), debunked claims of practicing "favoritism...
article Seven arrested from matka gambling dens (4/28/2017)
(India) -- The police on Thursday arrested seven people as they raided matka gambling dens at Vinobha Nagar, Anna Nagar and Ragigudda localities in the city. The police...
article Woman Sought in Casino & Hotel Robberies (4/28/2017)
(Montana) -- Billings Police are seeking the public’s help in locating a woman involved in a robbery at the Western Executive Inn on King Avenue West early...
article Cronkite News: Donald Trump seeks to hire thousands of border officers (4/26/2017)
(Washington D.C.) -- A Trump administration plan to hire thousands of border and immigration officers has advocates concerned about a possible repeat of the last hiring...
article New police strategy to include prevention, support for Indigenous women (4/26/2017)
(Ontario) -- Sudbury Police want to help educate Indigenous women and girls, as well as keep them safe. At its "year in review" celebration next month, the...
article Membertou First Nation launches neighbourhood watch (4/25/2017)
(Nova Scotia) -- Membertou First Nation is launching its first neighbourhood watch program. It's the brainchild of Cape Breton Regional Police Sgt. Graham Smith and...
article Gambler jumps off terrace (4/23/2017)
(India) -- A 26-year-old man jumped to death out of fear on Sunday afternoon when the special operations group (SOG) of city police raided VUDA quarters in Kalali....
article Former Saskatoon police chief wants Stonechild inquiry findings reviewed (4/18/2017)
(Saskatoon) -- A former Saskatoon police chief wants a federal court judge to review what he says are new findings around the death of Neil Stonechild. Dave Scott says...
article Agents seize gambling devices, cash from Eagles club (4/15/2017)
(Ohio) -- Plain-clothes agents with the Ohio Highway Patrol’s Investigative Unit seized three electronic video gambling machines and cash from the Fraternal Order...
article Illegal Gambling Leads to Death of Two Atlanta Men (4/15/2017)
(Georgia) -- Two individuals are dead and another harmed after a murder-suicide in DeKalb County, as per police. Police say the triple shooting started over an augment...
article Man sought after robbing a local casino near Boulder Highway and Twain (4/13/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department is looking for a man they say robbed a local casino, earlier this week.
article Santa Maria computer gaming business shut down for alleged illegal gambling (4/13/2017)
(California) -- A Santa Maria business owner has been arrested and charged in an investigation into an alleged illegal gambling operation. The Santa Maria Police...
article Appeals court bars tribal citizen from entering county in Michigan (4/8/2017)
(Michigan) -- A citizen of the Keweenaw Bay Indian Community who has been in trouble with the law for much of the past decade will not be allowed to return home for...
article Quebec chief blasts SQ for 'odious' attempt to raid Aboriginal police forces for Val-d'Or pilot project (4/5/2017)
(Quebec) -- An effort to set up a mixed Indigenous and non-Indigenous police station in Val-d'Or is facing intense opposition from the Assembly of the First Nations...
article Ontario offers Nishnawbe-Aski Police Service wage parity with provincial police force (4/4/2017)
(Ontario) -- Canada’s largest First Nations police force in Ontario will now be getting paid on the same level as the provincial force. First Nations police in the...
article Las Vegas officials rethink bus security, ads after shooting (4/1/2017)
(Las Vegas) -- The Las Vegas public transportation system is investigating how it uses surveillance video and vehicle advertisements, a week after a fatal shooting and...
article EXCLUSIVE: 18 arrested in huge illegal lottery bust in New Jersey (4/1/2017)
(New Jersey) -- Cracking down on a vast underground gambling operation, Irvington Police hit the jackpot on Friday, arresting 18 people, allegedly connected to an...
article Salim Mehajer arrested after alleged altercation with taxi driver at The Star casino (4/1/2017)
(Australia) -- Former Auburn deputy mayor Salim Mehajer has spent the night in a police cell after an alleged altercation with a taxi driver involving an EFTPOS machine...
article Salim Mehajer charged over taxi driver assault outside The Star casino (4/1/2017)
(Australia) -- Controversial Sydney businessman Salim Mehajer has been charged with assaulting a taxi driver and attempting to steal his EFTPOS machine in a bizarre...
article Puyallup Tribal Police officer’s gang prevention program puts students first (3/29/2017)
(Washington) -- Puyallup Tribal Police officer Allan Gerking has lived his life with one simple goal in mind: to serve his community. This goal manifested, in part, in...

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