ATTENTION TRIBAL MEMBERS: The Nation is proposing to republish an updated Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation Law and Order Code (Law and Order Code). December of 2004 was the last time the Law and Order Code was republished. Since that time, the Nation has made a number of amendments (by tribal resolutions) to the Law and Order Code. Therefore, in order to include amendments made to the Law and Order Code from December 2004 to the present, the Code has been updated. If you would like to review a copy of the updated Law and Order Code, please contact the Nation’s Law and Order Committee Secretary, Irma Esquivel, at 789-7677 or stop by the FMYN Prosecutor’s Office in the Public Safety Building. Also, you can visit the following page:
SIXTY (60) DAY COMMUNITY REVIEW AND COMMENT PERIOD: This public notice of the revised Law and Order Code will remain posted for a period of sixty (60) days from April 14, 2015 to June 15, 2015. You are encouraged to review and comment on the revised Law and Order Code. You can submit comments online at the website above or by email, mail or hand-delivery to:
Julie Wilkens, FMYN Law and Order Committee Liaison
FMYN Public Safety Building
10755 N. Fort McDowell Road, Suite 2
Fort McDowell, AZ 85264
If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact any member of the Nation’s Law and Order Committee.
YOUR COMMENTS AND RESPONSES ARE IMPORTANT AND WILL BE CONSIDERED IN ANY FINAL DRAFT. THANK YOU.
FMYN Law and Order Committee Members:
Kimberly Surama Denetdeel
Judge Kerry Passey
Committee Secretary, Irma Esquivel (789-7677)
Diandra Benally (789-7113)
Julie Wilkens (789-7676)