BC law inforcement is being called out for the way their cases are publicized.
An inquest on behalf of Saskatchewan First Nations woman Deanna Desjarlais has brought forward 10 recommendations.
Desjarlais’s body was found in a BC park in 2016 and was left unidentified for months.
Family and friends are now calling in to question the way certain cases are publicized compared to others, as well as methods used to identify bodies.
The Coroner’s jury says that none of the 10 recommendations deal with the way police handled the case, but agreed that police should be required to take part in the Provincial Dental Data Bank to help identify missing persons.