Service Planning for the Least Restrictive Environment for Juvenile and Adult Probationers

SESSION INFO

Wednesday, August 21, 2019
10:00 AM - 10:45 AM
Session Type: Workshop

Probation officers from SORNA, adult, and juveniles services of the Wind River Indian Reservation will discuss the various partnerships created to address the need for appropriate curriculum engagement which can address service provisions of accountability, comprehension and community safety.

SESSION PRESENTERS

Nan Benally
Tribal Program Grants Manager, American Probation and Parole Association


Nan Benally is the Tribal Program Grants Manager for the American Probation & Parole Association. She works with tribal communities throughout the United States providing support and technical assistance in the implementation of grant funded programs that focus on the needs of tribal communities. The work includes outreach to tribal leaders, researchers, organizations and individuals that promote collaborative partnerships in addressing the needs of tribal communities focused in areas of Probation & Parole. Nan has utilized her background in areas of social justice in helping to create outcomes of direct application and influence in resolving concrete problems and also meeting community-based needs, transforming the status quo of institutions and challenging stakeholders in addressing the


Ms. Rory K Tendore
Director,


Rory Tendore was born near the Shoshone-Bannock Indian Reservation in Blackfoot, Idaho to Irene St. Clair Tendore and Lee Darrell Sheepskin. Ms. Tendore is an enrolled member of the Eastern Shoshone tribe. Maternal grandparents are Lynn St. Clair and Eloise Sonnicant St. Clair, paternal grandparents are Wilson Sheepskin and Nessie Silver Sheepskin of Fort Hall, Idaho. She is the mother of three children and resides in Fort Washakie, Wyoming where she is employed as the Director of the Eastern Shoshone Department of Juvenile Service. Ms. Tendore has been previously employed for fifteen years by Fort Washakie School as a paraprofessional, administrative assistant, and an after school coordinator. During her employment Ms. Tendore worked on the development of the Fort Washakie Charter