I think the only way WAPOL will ever repair their reputation is to actually solve this case, or atleast get it to the courts. The damage this case has done to WAPOL is on a level i dont think has ever been seen elsewhere. The whole operation just built a powerful image that the WA Police force is just a bunch of keystone cops, and this has stuck. They have a massive inability to solve major crime or major murder/missing person cases. The federal police dont seem too interested to get involved in any cases at a state level and there doesnt seem to be an avenue of accountability for any of these police forces which is sad for the victims and their families that they will never be able to confirm they got a fair honest hard working investigation into their loved ones death. Two open cases come to light and they would probably be considered WA's two most high profile murder mysterys The CSK and Gerard Ross. Why these two are so secretive is a mystery. But usually it implies something went horribly wrong. I also wonder if the DNA is contaminated like in the Steven Avery case and cant be compared legally. If the sample was tiny did it get damaged whilst trying to build a partial profile eg. Like in the Steven Avery trial? Something went wrong and we need a department here that oversees and reviews cases that the police have had for over 10 years to ensure the handling of the case has been proper, or then gwts automatically handed to our federal police to take over and review. Or maybe a federal department reviews the handling of cases police are struggling to solve to ensure nothing untoward is happening. Its a shame but WA is so backward it would never happen.