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COLOrado River Indian Tribes Police Department is NOW hiring.
We are offering highly motivated and dedicated individuals an opportunity to either begin their career in law enforcement or transfer here to Parker, Arizona on the beautiful Colorado River. To discuss your possibilities give us a call today!
For more information or questions please contact:
Randy Stewart
Deputy Chief of Police
Phone (928) 669-1318
Fax Number (928) 669-8428
Email  Randy.Stewart@crit-nsn.gov 

CRIT Law Enforcement Services
c/o RECRUITMENT
26600 Mohave Road
Parker, Arizona 85344


 








CRIT Fueling Station Naming Contest Official Rules and Guidelines Contest Entry Methods: Our new Fuel Stations need a brandable name. We need your help to come up with creative name ideas for our stores that will sell a range of non-grocery, grocery, automotive, gasoline and diesel products. New name should be innovative and short, a name that relates to who we are as a business, which is a one-stop shop for the general traveler and local resident. The Contest will begin at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, April 7, 2015, until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, April 24, 2015, current residents of the Colorado River Indian Tribes (CRIT)/Parker and surrounding communities may enter the Fuel Station Naming Contest ("the Contest") by either (a) mail the names in an envelope with proper postage affixed to: CRIT Fueling Station Naming Contest c/o Manataba Messenger, PO Box 26600, Parker, AZ 85344 (the "Mail-In Address"), or (b) personally delivering the names written clearly in block lettering on a paper with proper contact information sealed in an envelope marked CRIT Naming Contest to the CRIT Mailroom c/o Manataba Messenger at the Executive Building at the CRIT Tribal Complex located at 2nd and Mohave Road, or (c) emailing entries to manatabamessenger@gmail.com with subject line Naming Contest. All entries sent by U.S. mail or personal delivery must be received by the close of the business day (5:00 p.m.) on Friday, April 24, 2015. Limit three Contest entries per person. Contest Eligibility Requirements: This Contest is open only to legal residents of and current residents of the Colorado River Indian Tribes and surrounding communities. This contest is open to CRIT Tribal Members only. The Contest winner may be required to (a) furnish photographic identification in the form of a government issued document; and (b) furnish a signed affidavit or such other documentation (i) acknowledging his/her acceptance and compliance with these Official Rules and Guidelines, (ii) confirming his/her eligibility to participate in the Contest, and (iii) providing CRIT any other reasonably requested information, including, without limitation, his/her social security number and any other information required for tax reporting purposes, in any form determined by CRIT. Failure to furnish such information and a signed affidavit within the time period stated in CRIT’s request may result in disqualification. By entering this Contest, all entrants release CRIT from and against all claims and damages arising in connection with any other entrants’ participation in the Contest and/or his/her receipt or use of the prize awarded to the winners of the Contest. Winning Contest Entry Selection Method: The winning names will be selected by the CRIT Contest Judging Committee (“the Committee”), which is comprised of employees as designated by CRIT Tribal Council. Prize Description: Contestants whose name submission is selected as a winning Contest entry will be awarded $250. If the name selected for each of the two fueling stations is submitted by a single contestant, he or she will be awarded $500 ($250 for each of the two winning name selections). Winner Notification and Prize Presentation: The Contest winner(s) will be notified that their entry was selected by the Committee by email, with subsequent formal written correspondence conducted by telephone and/or email. The winner(s) of the Contest may be asked to come into the CRIT Tribal Complex to receive their monetary prize(s) in person. At the minimum, the Contest winner(s) will be required to pick up and sign upon receipt of monetary prize(s). Publicity Considerations: CRIT reserves the right to publicize or make known the full name of the Contest winner(s) and make public his and/or her photographic image for promotional purposes, without further compensation, through a variety of public mediums, including the website as well as local media. Prize Conditions: All federal, state, income, and local taxes on prizes are the responsibility of the prize winner(s). Intellectual Rights of Selected Names: CRIT reserves the right to copyright the selected fuel stations name(s) as well as incorporate said name(s) into any CRIT -owned design or artwork and register said design or artwork for any service mark or trademark, which would result in CRIT’s sole ownership of such registration. Exemptions: CRIT shall not be held responsible for: any incorrect or inaccurate entry information; human error; including any injury or damage to participant's or any other person's mail to or resulting from participation in this Contest; inability to access the CRIT Mailroom; theft, tampering, destruction, or unauthorized access to or alteration of entries; entries that are processed late or incorrectly or are incomplete or lost due to, human or other errors relating to or in connection with the Contest, including, without limitation, errors that may occur in connection with the administration of the Contest, the processing of entries, the announcement of the winning entries or in any Contest- related materials; and any mail or entries which are late, lost, incomplete, misdirected, stolen, garbled, mutilated, illegible or lacking appropriate and/or adequate postage, or any combination thereof. Proof of mailing, in-person submission, is not considered proof of delivery or receipt. All entries become the property of CRIT and will not be returned. CAUTION: ANY ATTEMPT BY AN ENTRANT TO DELIBERATELY UNDERMINE THE LEGITIMATE OPERATION OF THE CONTEST MAY BE CONSIDERED AND FOUND IN VIOLATION OF CRIMINAL AND CIVIL LAWS, AND SHOULD SUCH AN ATTEMPT BE MADE, CRIT RESERVES THE RIGHT TO SEEK REMEDIES AND DAMAGES (INCLUDING ATTORNEY'S FEES) FROM ANY SUCH PERSON TO THE FULL EXTENT OF THE LAW, INCLUDING CRIMINAL PROSECUTION.



















 


 

 


WELCOME
On behalf of the people of the Colorado River Indian Tribes, welcome to our Tribal web site. We hope you will find all the information you need to communicate with Tribal members and departments, conduct business with Tribal entities or learn more about our people and their rich heritage. Please feel free to contact us at feedback@critonline.com if you have any questions about CRIT or would like more information on our Tribal government, services and people.

 

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