Navajo Nation Sex Offender Registration on Sexual Assault Prevention Subcommittee, 10 am, 3.19.21

PROPOSED AGENDA OF THE NAABIK’IYTAI’ COMMITTEE OF THE
24TH NAVAJO NATION COUNCIL SEXUAL ASSAULT PREVENTION SUBCOMMITTEE REGULAR MEETING – VIA TELECONFERENCE
Call in number: (928) 223-3942
Friday March 19, 2021 10:00 A.M.
[ ] Honorable Amber Kanazbah Crotty (C) [ ] Honorable Wilson C. Stewart, Jr.
[ ] Honorable Nathaniel Brown (VC) [ ] Honorable Eugene Tso
[ ] Honorable Vince James [ ] Honorable Paul Begay
MEMBERS: LOCATION:
Hon. Amber Kanazbah Crotty _________________
Hon. Nathaniel Brown _________________
Hon. Vince James _________________
Hon. Wilson C. Stewart, Jr. _________________
Hon. Eugene Tso _________________
Hon. Paul Begay _________________

  1. Call Meeting to Order; Roll Call; and Invocation
  2. Recognize Guests and Visiting Officials:
  3. Review and Adopt the Agenda:
    (M) (S) (V)
  4. Review and Adopt Journals: None
  5. Receiving Reports:
  6. Report on Navajo Nation Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act, Department of Public Safety by Felicia Williams, Acting Navajo Police Lieutenant
    a. Navajo Nation Sex Offender Registry (NNSORNA) is the Navajo Nation’s public sex offender registry as required by the Navajo Nation Sex Offender Registration and Notification Act, 17 N.N.C. 2100 et seq. NNSORNA provides information to the public about convicted sex offenders who reside, work, or go to school within Navajo Indian Country.
    (M) (S) (V)
  7. Report from Family Harmony Sexual Assault Victim Services and Community Awareness Activities, Department of Social Services.
    a. DSS/DFS Victim Advocate Services. Update on Federal, State and Tribal Funding. Challenges and recommendations.
    b. April is National Sexual Assault awareness month what activities are planned.
    (M) (S) (V)
  8. Legislation 0024-21: An Action Relating to Naabik’iyati’ Committee; Approving and Adopting the 2021 Federal Legislative Priorities of the Navajo Nation.
    a. Review Federal priorities on Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence and Missing and Murdered Dine’ Relatives prevention and victim services. Provide recommendations.
  9. Old Business: None
  10. New Business: None
  11. Close the Meeting; Announcements; Adjournment
    (M) (S) (V)

Next meeting date: April 16, 2021 Agenda Subject to Change: The public is advised that the Navajo Nation Council Agenda and the Agendas of the Standing Committees are not final until adopted by a majority vote of the Navajo Nation Council or the Standing Committee at a Navajo Nation Council or a Standing Committee meeting pursuant to 2 N.N.C. §§163 and 183, Navajo Nation Council Rule of Order No. 7, and Standing Committee
Rule of Order No. 8.

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