The first chapter provides information and guidance on how to use this resource material in the review of tribal laws relating to sexual assault and stalking. Suggestions are provided on organizing a team to review and revise tribal laws on sexual assault and stalking. The second chapter provides information on rapists and common problems with tribal sexual assault laws, which often reflect older Western criminal laws. The third chapter provides an overview of criminal jurisdiction in Indian country and discusses key Federal laws that relate to sexual assault and stalking. Both concurrent Federal and concurrent State jurisdiction are discussed. This chapter also provides examples of tribal codes, commentary, and exercises and questions designed to guide considerations by the code development team. The guide notes that the development of a statutory response to child sexual abuse cases is beyond the scope of this resource guide and requires separate statutory attention.