Indian Affairs | Professional Standards Directorate

Professional Standards Directorate

Steve Juneau
Steve Juneau
Associate Director

MIB - Washington, DC 20240

202-513-0548 (Office)

202-513-0761 (Fax)
 
 

 

Associate Director - Professional Standards. Mr. Juneau has over twenty years of career law enforcement service, serving throughout the ranks as a Police Officer, Training Sergeant, Special Agent, Deputy Chief of Training, Special Agent in Charge, and Deputy Associate Director for the Field Operations Directorate before assuming command of the Professional Standards Directorate. He is a graduate of the United States Indian Police Academy, Federal Law Enforcement Training Center’s Leadership Institute, and the FBI National Academy 200th Session. Mr. Juneau is an enrolled tribal member of the Tlingit & Haida Tribe of Alaska and descendant of the Blackfeet Nation of Montana.

The Professional Standards Directorate is responsible for the development of national policy and contemporary basic and advanced training for tribal and Bureau law enforcement, telecommunications, and corrections officers. The Directorate supervises United States Indian Police Academy located on the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia, NM.

The Directorate supervises the inspection and review of all organizational components within the Office of Justice Services to validate policy compliance with standards and department requirements. The Directorate develops policy and guidelines for physical security; and recommends modification of programs based on studies and evaluations.