16166 N Glenn Highway, Sutton, Alaska 99654
Phone: (907) 745-0700 Fax: (907) 745-0750
Donna Anthony is the Justice Director for the Chickaloon Tribal Police Department and the Chickaloon Tribal Court and has over 20 years of law enforcement and security experience that includes being a sworn Police Officer with the Palmer Police Department in Alaska, and a Deputy Sheriff in Ohio. During her time with Palmer, she was a Field Training Officer (FTO) and an investigator assigned to the Alaska State Trooper Statewide Drug Task Force Unit in an undercover capacity. She served as a case officer in several State and Federal cases. She has also worked throughout Alaska with many law enforcement agencies including the U.S. Marshals, DEA, ATF, and FBI.
Donna has extensive training in SWAT, Rapid Response to an Active Shooter, Tactical Vehicle Assault, Tactical Firearms, Hostage Negation, Tactical Raid Planning, Undercover Techniques, Tactical Narcotics Techniques, Surveillance Platform Operations, Anti-Terrorism Training, Law Enforcement Prevention & Deterrence of Terrorist Acts, Tactical Operations Planning, FEMA Intermediate for Expanding Incidents, FEMA Advance Incident Command & General Staff-Complex Incidents and more.
Donna has received numerous awards for her work including the National Association of School Resource Officers Award (NASRO), Sherriff’s Commendations, Hero's Award, Palmer Chamber of Commerce, Alaska State Troopers (AST) Award for Commendation for Honorable Service, DEA Award of Appreciation, AST Mat-Su Drug Unit Task Force Award for Dedication, Governors Award form Governor Sean Purnell and the Enrique "Kiki" Camarena (In memory of DEA Agent) Award presented by the Palmer Elks lodge, as well as a lifesaving award for valor.
Board & Memberships:
- Founder & President-Santa Cop & Heroes(non-profit) Program, 2007-present
- The Woman Police of Alaska- Board Member, April 2020-Present
- International Law Enforcement Educators and Trainers Association 2019- Present
- Alaska Police & Chaplain’s -Board Member, June 2020-Present
- Alaska Police Chief Association, November 2021-Present
- Matanuska-Susitna Borough’s Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC) 2022-Present
To provide stewardship of Tribal resources, assist during emergencies, maintain culturally respectful close contact with Elders and youth, and provide service to the community.
A safe and healthy community with effective comprehensive justice services; seamless partnership with other agencies, law enforcement departments and courts; and sustainable funding for the Justice Department.
Respect: Helping to ensure that individuals, communities and environments are respected.
Honesty: Acting with the highest level of morale to each community member. Being fair, truthful and sincere.
Education: Providing continuing education for our Elders, youth and community.
Teamwork: Working cohesively with other CVTC departments to achieve elements of our strategic plan. Maintain working relationships with other law enforcement agencies and organizations.
Humor: Using humor to uplift Elder and community member’s spirits when times are difficult.
* Working towards the beautification and safe use of Moose Creek Campground
* Elder Visits and Assistance
* Community Events
* Security Checks
* Educating the Community about Substance and Domestic Abuse
* To ensure sustainable funding for the Justice Department
* Partnering with other Governments, Communities, Agencies and Organizations
* Staff member ID’s and Tribal citizen cards