U.S. Department of Justice
Leslie Hagen serves as the Department of Justice’s first National Indian Country Training Coordinator. She is responsible for planning, developing, and coordinating training in a broad range of matters relating to the administration of justice in Indian country. Ms. Hagen started with the Department of Justice as an AUSA in the Western District of Michigan where she handled federal prosecutions and training on issues of domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse, and human trafficking affecting the 11 federally-recognized tribes in the Western District of Michigan. Hagen has also served as state prosecutor and has worked on criminal justice issues related to child abuse, domestic violence, and sexual assault for over 25 years.