Public safety issues confront Native American tribes. Native American women suffer from violent crime at a rate more than three times higher than the national average. In July 2010, Congress passed a law expected to decrease violence against women in Native American communities by increasing prevention, law enforcement, and persecution of violent crime.
What is the name of this 2010 law?
A. Indian Health Care Improvement Act
B. Public Law 280 and Law Enforcement in Indian Country
C. Tribal Enforcement and Persecution Law
D. Tribal Law and Order Act
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The Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010: A Step Forward for Native Women
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