Tools & Resources Tribal Governments Program Tribal Governments Database

Tribal Governments Database

Download this user-friendly tool to help you collect and organize the grant-funded activities you must report on.

This database is an optional tool designed specifically for this grant program, collecting data on the following questions on the progress reporting form:

  • Training – (Q10, Q11, Q12)
  • Community Education – (Q14, Q15)
  • Outreach Activities – (Q16)
  • Products and Codes – (Q21)
  • Victim Services/Legal Services/Transitional Housing Services – (Q25, Q26, Q27, Q28, Q29, Q30A, Q31, Q32, Q34, Q35, Q35A, Q36, Q37)
  • Hotline calls – (30B)
  • Victim witness notification/outreach to victims – (30C)
  • Supervised Visitation – (Q38, Q39, Q39A, Q40, Q41, Q42, Q43)
  • Tribal Law Enforcement Activities – (Q45)
  • Victim/Survivor Referrals to Victim Services – (Q46)
  • Protection Orders – (Q47)
  • Tribal Prosecution – (Q49, Q49A, Q50)
  • Victim/Survivor Referrals to Victim Services – (Q52)
  • Protection Orders – (Q53)
  • Tribal Courts – (Q55, Q56)
  • Judicial Monitoring – (Q57)
  • Violations – (Q58)
  • Victim/Survivor Referrals to Victim Services – (Q59)
  • Civil Protection Orders – (Q60)
  • Criminal Protection Orders – (Q61)
  • Tribal Probation/Offender Monitoring – (Q63, Q64, Q65)
  • Victim/Survivor Referrals to Victim Services – (Q66)
  • Batterer Intervention Program (BIP) – (Q68, Q69).

A note about confidentiality

Grantees must independently ensure client confidentiality. For more information, view the  Data Security Checklist (PDF) prepared by the National Network to End Domestic Violence.

Instructions for use

Once you download the database, save it (remember to note where your browser saves the file) and then follow these steps to install your database:

  1. Navigate to the location on your computer where your browser saved your downloaded file.
  2. Double click on the “TRIBALGOVTdb1.0.exe” file. You will first see the box shown in following figure.
    Do not change the location listed in the “Unzip to folder:” box.
  3. Click “Unzip.” This will automatically create the “C:\TRIBALGOVTdb1.0” directory of your hard drive and save six files in the folder.
  4. A message box will indicate that the files have been successfully unzipped. Click “OK.”
  5. Click “Close” in the remaining window.

Your database has now been saved on your computer. There are several further installation options from which you may choose. To learn more about these and to finalize the installation process, navigate to the “C:\TRIBALGOVTdb1.0” folder on your computer and open the “TRIBALGOVTDBInstallationInstruction.pdf” file.