Episode 2 first takes us alongside Constable Leonard Isaac and Sergeant Dale Austinson when they go out on a call from a local resident who is concerned with possible trespassers. Although it’s not just trespassing which concerns local resident but rather the tragic history that impacted the woman and her family. After spotting a bear near by, she called 911 hoping to prevent any future attacks to the community.
Routine patrol with Constable Dwayne Honeyman gives us a glimpse of the beautiful family beach at Seton Lake. Keeping the area safe, especially family beaches and parks free of alcohol is just one of the day to day responsibilities of the Stl’atl’imx Tribal Police Service. Constable Honeyman shares with us his thoughts of reflection through his experience before and after dealing with intoxicated people.
Community involvement and understanding is an important part of working for the Stl’atl’imx Tribal Police Service. Chief Officer Deborah Doss-Cody regularly takes part in community events and this episode she does so with the local children while attending a drumming circle. Music has always been a cornerstone in First Nations history and culture. The community of Lillooet has kept these traditional drumming circles alive and well today, passing down the traditions to younger generations.