I'd better look at the individuals themselves. It's a career they choose to go into. At the same time, one has to recognize it was the police force that came in and took our children out. With residential schools, with the Sixties Scoop, it was police in uniform who took our children out. It's been the fear of police. Even for myself, from the experience of my four older siblings being taken out of our home due to the Sixties Scoop, that fear has been there. When people see that, they don't want to enter into something that's been so negative and so hurtful because they keep that in back.... We have that instilled in our memory and it's hard for us to be able to come out.
I would hope our younger generation would certainly look into any means to do with the law and criminology, whether it be the police force or any of those areas, in that avenue, to move forward.