E Ingrid CumberlidgeAlaska
907-271-3314 | 907-306-0669
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Missing & Murdered Indigenous Persons Coordinator, Alaska District
Contractor, DOJ United States Attorney's Office
E. Ingrid Cumberlidge currently serves as the Missing and Murdered Indigenous Persons (MMIP) Coordinator at the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Alaska. Ms. Cumberlidge was appointed in July 2020, and is one of the 11 MMIP Coordinators designated to serve in U.S. Attorney’s Offices nationwide, as part of the Department of Justice’s MMIP Initiative to address missing and murdered Native Americans. Of both Aleut and Tlingit decent, Ms. Cumberlidge is a warrior for Alaska Natives and an advocate for Alaska’s law enforcement community. As the MMIP Coordinator, Ms. Cumberlidge will gather reliable data to identify MMIP cases connected to Alaska; conduct outreach with tribal communities to assist in the creation and implementation of community action plans; coordinate with tribal, local, state, and federal law enforcement in the development of protocols and procedures for responding to and addressing MMIP cases; and promote improved data collection and analyses throughout Alaska.