Wed October 3, 2012
Officials Struggle to Curb Tribal Violence
The rate of violent crime among Native Americans is more than twice the national average, according to federal crime reports. KUNM’s Colleen Keane looked into how this law is fairing two years after it was passed and found that violence is often close to home and that most tribes don’t have the funding to implement the law.
You can read more on this story in this week's edition of the Santa Fe Reporter.