The duly elected Tribal Council, in concurrence with its responsibilities and duties to the Tribe's General Council under the Tribe's Constitution, finds the delegation of duties for the establishment of a law enforcement arm of the government a crucial administrative function.
The establishment of the Tribal Court is outlined in Art. XXII of the Tribe’s Constitution. The judicial power of the Tribe shall be vested in such courts as the General Council may establish from time to time. The General Council may elect to enter into a contractual agreement to participate in an inter-tribal court system to provide judicial services to the Tribe, its members, and others subject to tribal jurisdiction.