GOVERNMENT

The Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe operates under a constitution and is governed by a seven-member Executive Committee or Tribal Council. The elected terms are staggered in years and candidates must live within the defined reservation to be an elected official.

anthony_rAnthony Reider – President Andrew Weston -Vice President jean_pJean Paul Roy – Trustee I
David Killsahundred – Trustee II Mike Weston – Trustee III Jason Armstrong – Trustee IV
ryan_kRyan Kills-a-Hundred – Treasurer gordon_jGordon Jones Jr. – Secretary

 

Our Constitution

The Constitution of the United States places treaties as the Supreme Law of the land. The Dakota people of the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe are parties to various treaties made with the United States, the rights associated with such treaties are acknowledged. Those treaty rights and the guidance contained in the FSST Constitution and its Preamble provides tribal leadership with the direction and their mission in servicing the needs of their people and strives to regain the traditional, cultural and spiritual values of their heritage and mandates that the sovereignty and well-being of all tribal members be protected at all times.

To view or down load a copy of the Flandreau Santee Sioux Constitution, click here.

FSST Law & Order Code

Flandreau Santee Sioux Law & Order Code

Title 19 Gaming Revenue Allocation

Volume I – General Provisions, Criminal Procedure, Criminal Law, and Law Enforcement

Volume II – Civil Procedure 4A – Appellate, 4B-Evidence, 4C-SM. Claims, 4D-(Reserved), Execution of Judgments, and 4E-Occupational Injury Ordinance

Volume III – Juvenile Code, Domestic Relations, 6A Domestic Violence, Mental Health & Involuntary Commitments, Adult & Elderly Protection and 8A Banishment

Volume IV – Traffic Regulations, Housing Eviction/Landlord Tenant, Enrollment, and Fireworks/Firearms Control

Volume V – Animal Control, Hunting and Fishing, Liquor Control, and (RESERVE) Solid Waste

Volume VI – Class III Gaming, Class II Gaming and Revenue Allocation

Volume VII – Elections Code, Privacy Act, Coroner, Tribal Tax Act, Sex Offender Registry, and Corporation Ordinance

Corporate Charter

The Corporate Charter of the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe was chartered on June 18th, 1934, recognizing the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe as an Indian organized under a Constitution and By-laws ratified by the tribe on April 4, 1936, and approved by the Secretary of the Interior on April 24, 1936, pursuant to section 16 of the act June 18, 1934 (48 Stat. 984), as amended by the act of June 15, 1935; (49 Stat. 378); and

Whereas, more that one-third of the adult members of the Tribe have petitioned that Charter of incorporation be granted to such Tribe, subject to ratification by a vote of the adult Indians living on the Reservation;

The Corporate Charter of the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe was issued on October 24, 1936, by acting Secretary of the Interior to the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe of the Flandreau Reservation was duly submitted for ratification to the adult Indians living on the reservation and was on October 31, 1936, duly ratified by a vote of thirty percent of those entitled to vote cast their ballots.

To view or download a copy of the Flandreau Santee Sioux Corporate Charter click here.

Public Safety Commission

The Public Safety Commission Policies and Procedures adopted February 9th, 2010 between the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe and the City of Flandreau its purpose to establish guidelines for the receipt and processing of allegations of sworn police employee misconduct in compliance with agreement between City of Flandreau and the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe.

To view or download a copy of the Flandreau Santee Sioux Tribe & City of Flandreau Public Safety Commission Policies and Procedures please click here.