In our last episode, Silent No More, we focused on the issue of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Through our conversations with tribal members and law enforcement, we learned about some of the historical events that have created a wall of distrust between the indigenous community and outside agencies. But, that’s just one part of this puzzle.
One of the biggest concerns for the Washington State Patrol’s Chris Loftis is the lack of consistency in law enforcement practices. But, efforts are being made to correct this.
In our recent conversation, Chris was joined by the State Patrol’s two tribal liaisons, Patti Gosch and Dawn Pullin, who are spearheading the work to earn back the trust of indigenous individuals throughout the State of Washington.
If you are a family member of a missing person and would like their photo to be included on the Washington State Patrol Missing Person’s website, please contact:
Missing and Unidentified Persons Unit
Or the WSP Tribal Liaisons
Patti Gosch Dawn Pullin
(360) 280-0567 (360) 890-0150
And, Scene of the Crime will be back in just a few weeks with more fresh episodes and a season-long deep dive into the mysterious death of Autumn Stone.
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