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To provide stewardship of Tribal resources, assist during emergencies, maintain culturally respectful close contact with Elders and youth, and provide service to the community.


A safe and healthy community with effective comprehensive justice services; seamless partnership with other agencies, law enforcement departments and courts; and sustainable funding for the Justice Department.



Respect: Helping to ensure that individuals, communities and environments are respected.

Honesty: Acting with the highest level of morale to each community member. Being fair, truthful and sincere.

Education: Providing continuing education for our Elders, youth and community.

Teamwork: Working cohesively with other CVTC departments to achieve elements of our strategic plan. Maintain working relationships with other law enforcement agencies and organizations.

Humor: Using humor to uplift Elder and community member’s spirits when times are difficult.



* Working towards the beautification and safe use of Moose Creek Campground

* Elder Visits and Assistance

* Community Events

* Security Checks

* Educating the Community about Substance and Domestic Abuse

* To ensure sustainable funding for the Justice Department

* Partnering with other Governments, Communities, Agencies and Organizations

* Staff member ID’s and Tribal citizen cards



Ne’iiene Hwnax (Chickadee House)

Mailing – P.O. Box 1105, Chickaloon Alaska 99674

Physical – 16166 N Glenn Highway, Sutton, AK 99674

Phone – 907-745-0700

Fax – 907-745-7154




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