PUBLIC NOTICE:

The Northern Cheyenne Tribal President, Tribal Council and Tribal Court will be presenting the Revised Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code to each of the five reservation districts.

The Tribal Government invites tribal members and reservation residents to attend any of the meetings at each District to discuss revisions and to provide public comment.

Rosette LLP Attorney, Dion Killsback and Summer Law Clerk, Michaela Redcherries will be in attendance to receive official comments. The Revised Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code can be found online at: northerncheyennlawandorder.com.

  1. Sunday, June 12, 2016 – Ashland District Hall
    2pm- 4pm
  2. Monday, June 13, 2016 – Birney District Hall 6pm-8pm
    *Tribal Employee Workshop*
    Charging Horse Casino
    2p-4p
  3. Tuesday, June 14, 2016 – Lame Deer District
    6pm-8pm
    Charging Horse Casino
  4. Wednesday, June 15, 2016 – Muddy District Hall
    6pm-8pm
  5. Thursday, June 16, 2016 – Busby District
    6pm-8pm
    NCTS Cafeteria

Meal and refreshments will be provided.

Also there will be hard copies of the current revised Law and Order Code available for review by any Northern Cheyenne Tribal member that would like to review the codes. This is not a district meeting. The only thing that will be discussed is the Law and Order Codes.

Purpose:

The purpose of this website is to provide the general public the opportunity to participate in the Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code Revision process. The Northern Cheyenne Tribe’s three branches of government: Tribal Council, Tribal President, and Judicial Branch have recommended and authorized the Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code to be revised. The Tribal Government understands the need to update existing laws to be consistent with existing federal and tribal legal standards.

Process:

The Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code and existing ordinances are being presented to the general public in one place. The general public has the opportunity to review the existing tribal laws and offer comments and recommendations on how to improve and change the tribal laws.

The comments and recommendations will be considered in the “Draft 2016 Northern Cheyenne Law & Order Code.”

The Draft 2016 Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code will be presented at each of the Northern Cheyenne Tribe’s five Districts to allow District members to review and provide additional comments.

The Draft 2016 Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code will also be available to the General Public for another opportunity to review and offer comments. After which the “Final 2016 Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code” will be prepared and be submitted for approval and adoption by the Northern Cheyenne Tribal Council. All comments and responses to comments will be available to the public at the conclusion of the revision process.

Timeline for Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code Revision Project

21 new Titles of the Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code

Tribal Code

Current Northern Cheyenne Law and Order Code and Ordinances

Tribal Code

Ordinances