Dedicated to Law Enforcement

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Kristen Maulsby with SUPD stands at attention, during a formal vehicle inspection by the Tribe’s Chairman.
Southern Ute Police Department Lieutenant, Chris Naranjo tries his luck at throwing in the darts tournament that the Southern Ute Division of Gaming hosted on Thursday, May 16 for Law Enforcement Week.
Southern Ute Police Officers, Shane Clance and Gary Maestas lunge to get a closer and better shot at the target while competing in the darts tournament on Thursday, May 16.
Southern Ute Security Officer, Terrance Barry celebrates after successfully putting at the 17th hole at the miniature golf course at the Sky Ute Casino Resort on Tuesday, May 14.
Richard Herrera, Chris Naranjo and Ray Coriz watch as Jesse Vigil attempts to make a putt while mini golfing at the Sky Ute Casino Resort on Tuesday, May 14.
Natural Resources Enforcement Captain, Charles Hamby presented Tribal Ranger, Randall Baker with the Ranger of the Year Award prior to the horseshoe tournament hosted by the Southern Ute Detention Center as part of Law Enforcement Week, Tuesday, May 14.
Southern Ute Police Department Detective, Richard Herrera attempts a ringer during the Detention Center's horseshoe tournament. BBQ was served during the luncheon.
Southern Ute Prosecution Legal Assistant, Tasha Herrera has her game-face on as she throws her shoe.
Horseshoe teams examine who’s closest to the pin during the Southern Ute Detention Center’s horseshoe tournament.
A marble bench was dedicated to Anthony Archuleta and Brad Jesmer, honoring their lives and service. Director of Justice and Regulatory, Chris Mimmack gives Bernadette Archuleta a wreath following the dedication of the honorary bench, Monday, May 13.
Keta Torres of Southern Ute Detention raises the Southern Ute Flag during opening ceremonies for Law Enforcement Week at the Tribal Courthouse.
Bagpipes played at the closing of the Law Enforcement Ceremony.
Officers stand together, aligned with their branch of law enforcement, on the Courthouse steps during the formal dedication ceremony.
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
McKayla Lee | The Southern Ute Drum
McKayla Lee | The Southern Ute Drum
McKayla Lee | The Southern Ute Drum
McKayla Lee | The Southern Ute Drum
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
Robert L. Ortiz | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
Jeremy Wade Shockley | The Southern Ute Drum
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On Monday, May 13, the Southern Ute Indian Tribe kicked off the annual Law Enforcement Week with a formal dedication ceremony honoring officers of law enforcement at the Justice and Regulatory buildings and Tribal Courthouse. The formalities of a vehicle inspection by the Chairman of the Southern Ute Tribe were followed by the honoring of officers and families. Departments ranging from SUPD to Tribal Rangers hosted sporting events and cookouts throughout the week to celebrate.

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