Break the Cycle: Community Oriented Policing Approaches to Addressing Methamphetamine and in Indian Country
In 2010, SAI was selected to provide the COPS Office Tribal Meth grantees with training and technical assistance (T/TA). SAI’s innovative T/TA model promotes the role of indigenous leadership in building capacity to identify and implement best practices using community-policing principles in the 40+ COPS Tribal Meth grantee sites to address methamphetamine trafficking and the effects of its use on tribal communities. The T/TA model creates a learning environment in which all participants—grantees, SAI, and other stakeholders—are listening, sharing, analyzing, and documenting key learnings from their work in addressing methamphetamine in Indian Country.
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- “Strategic Efforts to Address Methamphetamine in Indian Country” Department of Justice COPS Office Bolo, November 2013 Download Here
- “Recommended Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) for Meth Clean Up” SAI 2012 Download Here
- “Voluntary Guidelines for Methamphetamine Laboratory Clean Up” EPA August 2009 Download Here