Fraud Hotline: 360-621-4947
If you become aware of questionable or suspicious behavior that you believe might constitute fraud under the terms of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Fraud Policy, you have an important obligation to every other member of the Tribe and every other employee to report that information. Suspected fraud may be reported either verbally or in writing to your Entity Director, Department Director, the Chief Executive Officer or to the Human Resources Director. You may also report suspected fraud by telephone at the Tribe’s Fraud Hotline: 360-621-4947. You may report suspected fraud anonymously, but providing your name and contact information will greatly assist in the investigation of your report. All information provided under this policy will be treated with the highest possible level of discretion. All reports will be taken seriously and investigated thoroughly. No one acting in good faith in bringing a suspicion to the Tribe’s attention will be allowed to be penalized in any way for having done so.
Tribal Public Safety Hotline: 360-930-9061
Anonymous Hotline. If you become aware of questionable or suspicious activity that you believe might be suspicious or criminal, you can call or text 360-930-9061 and leave the information. You may report suspected criminal activity anonymously but providing your name and contact information will greatly assist in the investigation of your report. All information will be treated absolutely confidential. Information left on the hotline number is accessed by Tribal Law Enforcement only.
Natural Resources Hotline: *67-360-536-6707
The Natural Resources Department is receiving many reports of poaching and illegal harvest activities. In an effect to discourage such activities, an Anonymous Tip Line has been established for those who would like to report violators. In order to be anonymous, you must dial *67 before the telephone number and then leave your message. The number is *67-360-536-6707. Illegal activities hamper our management and conservation efforts as well as cheat hard working, responsible fishermen who do observe the rules and regulations of our treaty harvests and subsistence rights. It is our hope that these activities stop, by knowing that there are other people watching and talking about it!