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Victim specialists urge teamwork on Indian cases

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FARGO, N.D. (AP) — Federal prosecutors said Wednesday they're heeding the call for teamwork by victim specialists who handle child abuse and neglect cases on American Indian reservations.

Experts told attendees at a conference on family violence in Indian country that successful prosecution for crimes against children depends on cooperation among law enforcement, social workers, doctors and attorneys.

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