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Ron D. Harnden

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Background Information

Employment History

Chief of Police

Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation


Chief of Police

Consolidated Tribes Umatilla Indian Reservation


Hardy Myers


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www.tribaltraining.com

Ron HarndenPolice ChiefRon D. HarndenChief of PoliceRon Harnden began his career 19 years ago and has experienced the many facets of the "911 lifestyle".He is currently serving as the Chief of Police for the Confederated Tribes of the Umatilla Indian Reservation.Chief Harnden has worked for both municipal and county law enforcement departments previously.During his tenure, Chief Harnden has advocated to the development of a strong "Community Policing" approach to the department.He has provided particular attention to working with the tribal youth.He directs much of his success to the assistance and training provided by the Western Community Policing Center.


www.npaihb.org [cached]

Ron Harnden, Chief of Police, Consolidated Tribes Umatilla Indian Reservation
Governor talks with Native Americans: Meeting of the elders Gov. Ted Kulongoski met with leaders of Oregon's American Indian tribes Wednesday at the Convention Center of the Seven Feathers Hotel & Casino Resort to discuss relations and the future of working together. He was joined by Attorney General Hardy Myers and other key officials while presenting his plans for the 2007 budget to eight of the state's nine federally recognized tribes. Kulongoski said Oregon is "entering a new era with the ability to do more" for the first time in nearly a decade in terms of keeping pace with inflation and population explosion. He said at the same time, Oregon will be able to put money away for the future while growing "at one of the fastest clips in the nation.


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Ron Harnden CTUIR


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