Land held in federal "trust" for a tribal government, and the businesses and activity on land in trust, function outside local and state jurisdiction, and taxation rules, applicable to all other Americans. Decision making by government entities regarding businesses and activity on land in trust appears to be different. The United States Constitution does not apply on land in federal "trust." Tribal governments have their own tribal constitutions. Communities are being harmed by tribal governments that impact them, but these tribal governments have no accountability to them. Casino tribal governments are often very aggressive in expansion of land and authority.

The following crime reports document quantity and the type of crime that occurs on land held in federal "trust." In one example of different decision making for businesses on land in trust, the Alcoholic Beverage Control (having been provided with these crime reports) is moving forward with expansion of alcohol sales at the Chumash Casino. In addition, the Sheriff's Department has chosen to do no investigations (other than responding and writing the reports). Any other business with this level of criminal activity would, in all likelihood, not have been allowed to expand sales of alcohol, and possibly would have been penalized and/or shut down.

Below please find copies of reports written on land in trust at the Chumash Casino and Resort.

Click on Chumash Crime Report Introduction, 5 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for January 2011, 13 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2010, 157 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2009, 136 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2008, 119 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2007, 166 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2006, 193 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2005, 159 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2004, 133 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2003, 87 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2002, 73 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2001, 60 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 2000, 37 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 1999, 31 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 1998, 37 pages link to view as pdf

Click on Chumash Crime Report for 1997, 48 pages link to view as pdf