25 CFR Part 10 - INDIAN COUNTRY DETENTION FACILITIES AND PROGRAMS
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- § 10.1 — Why are policies and standards needed for Indian country detention programs?
- § 10.2 — Who is responsible for developing and maintaining the policies and standards for detention and holding facilities in Indian country?
- § 10.3 — Who must follow these policies and standards?
- § 10.4 — What happens if the policies and standards are not followed?
- § 10.5 — Where can I find the policies and standards for the administration, operation, services, and physical plant/construction of Indian country detention, community residential, and holding facilities?
- § 10.6 — How is the BIA assured that the policies and standards are being applied uniformly and facilities are properly accredited?
- § 10.7 — Where do I find help or receive technical assistance in complying with the policies and standards?
- § 10.8 — What minimum records must be kept and reports made at each detention, community residential, or holding facility in Indian country?
- § 10.9 — If a person is detained or incarcerated in an Indian country detention, community residential, or holding facility, how would they know what their rights, privileges, safety, protection and expected behavior would be?
- § 10.10 — What happens if I believe my civil rights have been violated while incarcerated in an Indian country detention or holding facility?
- § 10.11 — How would someone detained or incarcerated, or their representative, get the BIA policies and standards?
Title 25 published on 2014-04-01
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