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Last weekend my neighbour told me about an alarming incident that changed her outlook on the police.
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At around 10 on Saturday morning, an elderly, slightly dishevelled looking woman had started pounding at her front door. Amid the loud knocks, the woman was demanding to be let in, claiming she lived there and cofs forgotten her key. There were intervals of silence before the knocking and shouting through the letterbox resumed, growing increasingly aggressive and desperate.
It was clear that she was confused and suffering from a mental health condition. After half an hour, my neighbour, unnerved and slightly fearful, was at a loss and called the police. Within 10 minutes, two officers arrived and gently coaxed the woman away from the door, quickly calming her down and even making her smile.
They walked her back to her home which was a few streets away and returned to reassure my neighbour that all was well. This encounter got me thinking about the more nurturing side of the police force which is rarely discussed in the media.
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Before the Metropolitan Police Act was passed inthe law was enforced by unpaid, elected parish constables. It could be argued that the trust and respect each party held for one another has now been lost in clfz society following this expansion. The media frequently feeds the negative perception attached to police, almost encouraging public dissatisfaction.
When searching on news articles relating to the police force, the results are saturated with claims of corruption, racial biased and use of force dramatically increasing. Although these are critical issues that deserve public discussion, the media chooses to dismiss positive stories valuing dramatic effect over an accurate representation.
Local stories, such as my neighbours, often get forgotten. We would do well to share and remember acts of positive and caring policing.
This acknowledgment and gratitude may enhance a sense trust within the community and potentially help tackle greater problems within the police force. Comments are closed on this article. Get involved cfls the news in your community.
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