On Monday, the Law and Order Committee received a report from Navajo Sex
Offender Registration Notification Act officials regarding recent initiatives and also
considered Legislation No. 0211-16, which seeks to amend Navajo Nation Code Title 17
regarding SORNA. In 2006, the Navajo Nation Council passed a resolution to create the
Sex Offender Task Force, which is overseen by the Navajo Nation Division of Public Safety.
July 6, 2016, Tiis Tsoh Sikaad Chapter, Community Members, Veterans, the Contractor, and AML/ UMTRA staff participated in a ground breaking and blessing ceremony for another phase of this project area.
SLCP / RMP Conference Room
During the renovation of the building, unforeseen circumstances occurred requiring extensive work on the roof and side of the building. Respective staff members will be relocated due to the noise and dust problems to protect their health and safety.
Questions or Concerns: Please contact Cortasha Upshaw, AML/UMTRA Department Sr. Public Information Officer. Email: email@example.com
Pursuant to the recent approval of funding for the subject matter by the Navajo Nation Council and President Russell Begaye brings to light the matter of workers' compensation insurance coverage for potential chapter summer youth employees.
August 1 - 3, 2016
Twin Arrows Navajo Casino & Resort, Flagstaff, Arizona
The TAP Workshop planning committee would like to extend their welcome to you as a participant of the 2016 Tribal Action Plan Workshop. This 3 day event is a continuation of the 2015 Criminal Justice Summit
This memorandum is to inform all Navajo Nation Divisions, Departments, Programs and Offices that work will commence this week on the parking area located at the Navajo Nation Veterans Memorial Park in Window Rock, AZ.
Pursuant to the responsibilities of the Motor Vehicle Review Board regarding the authority and authorization of Navajo Nation Vehicles; the Navajo Department of Highway Safety will begin conducting Fair Inspections of approved Navajo Nation Vehicles for the upcoming 2016 Fair Season.
PART 1: July 26 - 27 "Hands On" Small Engine Servicing & Repair
PART 2: July 28 - 29 "Hands On" Gas & Electric Powered Small Engine Servicing & Repair
LOCATION: Navajo Nation Employee Housing Program, Window Rock, AZ
Pursuant to 2 N.N.C. § 3551 et seq., the Motor Vehicle Review Board (MVRB) has responsibility and authority to authorize the assignment of Navajo Nation vehicles.