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     23-3-15.1.   Cooperation with Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe--Certain positions to have criminal history checks. The Division of Criminal Investigation may, upon the request of the Sisseton-Wahpeton Sioux Tribe, obtain national criminal history record information on any applicant for or holder of a position:
             (1)      As a member of the tribal council or a district council;
             (2)      As judge of the tribal court;
             (3)      On tribal commissions and boards;
             (4)      A tribal conservation officer;
             (5)      As an executive officer of a tribal commercial enterprise;
             (6)      As a faculty member or administrator of any tribal educational institution or program;
             (7)      With tribal child protection and youth program responsibilities, to the extent that such criminal history record information is not available through the Bureau of Indian Affairs by means of the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Act;
             (8)      To work with tribal juvenile delinquents and offenders;
             (9)      As a tribal gaming licensee for whom criminal history background screening is not available through the National Indian Gaming Commission; and
             (10)      As a tribal foster parent or prospective adoptive parent.

Source: SL 1998, ch 144, ยง 1.

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