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  • San Ildefonso Pueblo – Stalking Code | National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
    Stalking Code Download San Ildefonso Pueblo Stalking Code PDF San Ildefonso Pueblo 13 65 Stalking It is unlawful for any person to knowingly pursue a pattern of conduct that poses a credible threat to another person and that is intended to place that person in reasonable apprehension of death bodily harm sexual assault confinement or restraint and upon conviction thereof may be sentenced to confinement for a period not to exceed six 6 months or pay a fine of up to 1 000 or both with costs In the discretion of the Court such offender may be required to furnish a satisfactory bond to keep the peace or may be subject to such other orders as the court deems necessary or just Proof of the reasonable apprehension may be furnished by the perpetrator committing one or more of the following acts a following a person other than in the residence of the stalker b placing a person under surveillance by remaining present outside that person s school residence workplace or vehicle or an other place frequented by the person other than in the residence of the stalker c harassing a person or d any other verbal or nonverbal threat made with the intent and the apparent ability to carry out the threat that would cause a reasonable person to fear for her his safety It should be noted that police officers should not be prosecuted under this section if they are performing acts in the line of duty Blackfeet Tribe Stalking Code Chickasaw Nation Stalking Code Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Stalking Code Fort McDowell Yavapai Community Stalking Code Fort Peck Tribe Stalking Code Hopi Nation Stalking Code Lummi Nation Stalking Code Salish and Kootenai Tribal Offenses Stalking Code Sault Ste Marie Tribe of Chippewa Stalking Code Sisseton Stalking Code

    Original URL path: http://www.niwrc.org/content/tribalcode/san-ildefonso-pueblo-stalking-code (2016-02-18)
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  • Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa – Stalking Code | National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
    Chippewa 71 707 Stalking 1 Offense A person commits the offense of stalking if he knowingly pursues a person in a pattern of conduct that poses a credible threat to another person and the conduct is intended to place that person in reasonable apprehension of death bodily harm unlawful sexual contact confinement or restraint provided that in furtherance of the threat the stalker must commit one or more of the following acts on more than one occasion a follow a person other than in the residence of the stalker or b placing a person under surveillance by remaining present outside that person s residence work place or vehicle or any other place frequented by the person other than in the residence of the stalker or c harassing a person as defined in 71 706 1 2 Sentence A person convicted of stalking may be sentenced to imprisonment for a period of up to six 6 months or a fine not to exceed Two Thousand Dollars 2 000 00 or both Blackfeet Tribe Stalking Code Chickasaw Nation Stalking Code Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Stalking Code Fort McDowell Yavapai Community Stalking Code Fort Peck Tribe Stalking Code Hopi Nation Stalking Code

    Original URL path: http://www.niwrc.org/content/tribalcode/sault-ste-marie-tribe-of-chippewa-stalking-code (2016-02-18)
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  • Sisseton – Stalking Code | National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
    that are intended to adversely affect the safety security or privacy of another regardless of the relationship between the actor and the intended target 5 target residential picketing and 6 a pattern of attending public events after being notified that the actor s presence at the event is harassing to another 65 02 09 Officer means the Sisseton Wahpeton Sioux Tribal Police 65 02 10 Petitioner Victim means persons alleging harassment and or stalking in a Protection order petition or throughout the proceedings described in this Code 65 02 11 Premises means real property and any appurtenant building or structure 65 02 12 Respondent Abuser means any individual alleged to have engaged in harassment and or stalking or organization alleged to have sponsored or promoted harassment and or stalking in a Protection Order petition and or throughout subsequent Court proceedings 65 02 13 Stalking any person who willfully maliciously and repeatedly follows or harasses another person or who makes a credible threat to another person with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear of death or great bodily injury is guilty of a the crime of stalking 65 02 14 Targeted Residential Picketing includes the following acts when committed on more than one occasion Marching standing or patrolling by one or more persons which prevents an occupant of a residential building from gaining access to or exiting from the property on which the residential building is located 65 11 01 Harassment and or Stalking Crimes A person who repeatedly harasses and stalks another by committing any of the following acts is guilty of a misdemeanor determined by the court 1 directly or indirectly manifests a purpose or intent to injure the person property or rights of another by the commission of an unlawful act 2 stalks follows or purposes another 3 returns to the property of another if the actor is without claim of right to the property or consent of one with authority to consent 4 repeatedly makes telephone calls or includes a victim to make telephone calls to the actor whether or not conversation ensues 5 makes or causes the telephone of another repeatedly or continuously to ring 6 repeatedly uses the mail or delivers or causes the delivery of letters telegrams packages or other objects or 7 ensues in an other harassing interferes with another person or person s privacy or liberty 65 11 02 The conduct described in clauses 4 and 5 may be prosecuted either at the place where the call is made or where it is received The conduct described in clause 7 may be prosecuted either where the mail is deposited to where it is received A person who engages in a pattern of harassing and or stalking conduct with respect to a single household in a manner that would cause a reasonable person under the circumstances to feel terrorized or to fear bodily harm and that does cause this reaction on the part of the victim is guilty of a

    Original URL path: http://www.niwrc.org/content/tribalcode/sisseton-stalking-code (2016-02-18)
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  • Swinomish Indian Tribal Code – Stalking Code | National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
    crime of stalking 1 Under Subsection A 3 a of this Section that the stalker was not given actual notice that the person did not want the stalker to contact or follow the person and 2 Under Subsection A 3 b of this Section that the stalker did not intend to frighten intimidate or harass the person C It shall be a defense to the crime of stalking that the defendant is a licensed private detective acting within the capacity of his or her license as provided by RCW 18 165 D Attempts to contact or follow the person after being given actual notice that the person does not want to be contacted or followed constitutes prima facie evidence that the stalker intends to intimidate or harass the person E A person who stalks another person is guilty of a Class C offense except that the person is guilty of a Class B offense if any of the following applies 1 the stalker has previously been convicted in the Tribal Court in Washington State or any other state of any crime of harassment as defined in STC Section 4 02 050 or RCW 9A 46 060 or similar statute of another jurisdiction of the same victim or members of the victim s family or household or any person specifically named in a protective order 2 the stalking violates any protective order protecting the person being stalked 3 the stalker has previously been convicted of a Class B or C offense under this Section or of a gross misdemeanor or felony stalking offense under Washington State law for stalking another person 4 the stalker was armed with a dangerous weapon while stalking the person 5 the stalker s victim is or was a law enforcement officer judge juror attorney victim advocate legislator or community corrections officer and the stalker stalked the victim to retaliate against the victim for an act the victim performed during the course of official duties or to influence the victim s performance of official duties or 6 the stalker s victim is a current former or prospective witness in an adjudicative proceeding and the stalker stalked the victim to retaliate against the victim as a result of the victim s testimony or potential testimony F As used in the Section 1 Follows means deliberately maintaining visual or physical proximity to a specific person over a period of time A finding that the alleged stalker repeatedly and deliberately appears at the person s home school place of employment business or any other location to maintain visual or physical proximity to the person is sufficient to find that the alleged stalker follows the person It is not necessary to establish that the alleged stalker follows the person while in transit from one location to another 2 Harasses means engaging in a knowing and willful course of conduct directed at a specific person that seriously alarms annoys harasses or is detrimental to such person and that serves no legitimate or

    Original URL path: http://www.niwrc.org/content/tribalcode/swinomish-indian-tribal-code-stalking-code (2016-02-18)
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  • Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indian – Stalking Code | National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
    such verbal written statements and conduct either directly or through a third party made with the intent to place the person who is the target of the threat in reasonable fear of his her safety The main standard for establishing a credible threat is the victim s perception of a threat to his her safety The second criteria will be the apparent ability of the defendant to carry out the threat whether verbal written or implied through a willful pattern of conduct The third standard is the ability to identify and relate a pattern of corroborated stalking behavior B Harass means a knowing and willful pattern of conduct directed at a specific person either directly or through a third party which seriously alarms annoys torments or terrorizes the person and which serves no legitimate purpose Harassing behavior can include but is not limited to a Vandalism b Annoying or threatening telephone calls c Following or other violations of a Protection Order d Actual Assaults e Sending unwanted letters f Sending unwanted electronic mail or any other form of electronic communication g Sending unwanted messages or threats through third parties h Showing up at a victim s home or workplace i Attempting to obtain private information about the victim through others j Leaving gifts for the victim k Disabling or otherwise tampering with the victim s vehicle l Taking mail from the victim s mailbox m Entering the victim s home or place of residence whether the victim is there or not there n Parking near or driving by the victim s residence or workplace for no legitimate reason and o Using agencies or institutions in a manner that constitutes a pattern of conduct consistent with retaliation or harassment by initiating investigations restrictions or sanctions against the victim C Pattern of conduct means conduct which has caused the victim to suffer substantial emotional distress or fear This course of conduct should contain a series of acts carried out by the defendant over a period of time however short which demonstrates a continuity of purpose i e to annoy harass follow etc and which would cause a reasonable person to suffer like emotional distress or fear D Family means any spouse parent child stepparent stepchild grandparent grandchild or significant other person or relative with whom the victim has a familial relationship or who resides with the victim or any other relationship as defined in LTBB Domestic Violence Statute Section 9 703 B E Corroborating stalking conduct means any evidence of harassing behavior physical evidence at the scene records documents letters unsubstantiated alibis recorded messages police reports prior stalking convictions witness information or any other information which would indicate a willful pattern of conduct or threat 2 Stalking Penalties A A person found guilty of stalking shall be subject to a penalty of not more than sixty 60 days in jail a fine not to exceed 500 or both fine and imprisonment A person guilty of a second or subsequent offense within five

    Original URL path: http://www.niwrc.org/content/tribalcode/traverse-bay-bands-of-odawa-indian-stalking-code (2016-02-18)
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  • White Mountain Apache – Stalking Code | National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
    Download White Mountain Apache Stalking Code PDF White Mountain Apache 2 65 Stalking a A person is guilty of stalking if he intentionally or knowingly engages in conduct directed against another person which would cause a reasonable person to either 1 Fear for his own safety of his immediate family or 2 Fear for imminent physical injury or death to his person or his immediate family b Conduct under this Section means maintaining visual or physical proximity to a specific person or directing verbal or written threats whether express or implied to a specific person on two or more occasions over a period of time however short not including constitutionally protected activity c A person found guilty under this Section may be sentenced to imprisonment for a period not to exceed One Hundred Eighty 180 days or to pay a fine not to exceed Five Hundred Dollars 500 00 or both Blackfeet Tribe Stalking Code Chickasaw Nation Stalking Code Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Stalking Code Fort McDowell Yavapai Community Stalking Code Fort Peck Tribe Stalking Code Hopi Nation Stalking Code Lummi Nation Stalking Code Salish and Kootenai Tribal Offenses Stalking Code San Ildefonso Pueblo Stalking Code Sault Ste Marie

    Original URL path: http://www.niwrc.org/content/tribalcode/white-mountain-apache-stalking-code (2016-02-18)
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  • Yankton Sioux Tribe Criminal Code – Stalking Code | National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
    2 Definitions 3 21 3 Order of Protection 3 21 1 Stalking Any person who willfully maliciously and repeatedly follows or harasses another person or who makes a credible threat to another person with the intent to place that person in reasonable fear of death or serious bodily injury is guilty of a Class A misdemeanor 3 21 2 Definitions The following definitions shall apply to this Chapter 1 Harass means a knowing and willful course of conduct directed at a specific person which seriously alarms annoys or harasses the person and which serves no legitimate purpose 2 Course of conduct means a pattern of conduct over a period of time however short evidencing a continuity of purpose 3 Credible threat means a threat made with the intent and apparent ability to carry out the threat The threat need not be verbal 3 21 3 Order of Protection Upon the filing of a complaint under this Chapter the victim shall immediately be issued an Order of Protection from the actor named in the complaint Blackfeet Tribe Stalking Code Chickasaw Nation Stalking Code Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Stalking Code Fort McDowell Yavapai Community Stalking Code Fort Peck Tribe Stalking Code

    Original URL path: http://www.niwrc.org/content/tribalcode/yankton-sioux-tribe-criminal-code (2016-02-18)
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  • Example Stalking Incident Log | National Indigenous Women's Resource Center
    Available Resources Addressing Stalking in Indian Country Federal Stalking Laws National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey 2010 Summary Report Stalking and Intimate Partner Femicide Stalking Bag Stalking Protection Orders By State Stalking Resource Center Stalking Brochure Stalking Resource Center Stalking Fact Sheet Stalking Safety Planning Stalking Victims in the United States The RECON Typology of Stalking Reliability and Validity Based Upon a Large Sample of North American Stalkers The

    Original URL path: http://www.niwrc.org/content/printedresources/stalking-incident-example-log (2016-02-18)
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