Ac­knowl­edg­ing a job well done

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Over the past few years, the po­lice force has stepped up to the plate and shown that it is ca­pa­ble of do­ing its job prop­erly de­spite the ex­tremely ad­verse con­di­tions in the econ­omy and in so­ci­ety. The num­ber of se­ri­ous cases that date back months or even years that the force has been able to crack is im­pres­sive and shows that the force has be­come a lot more or­ga­nized and sys­tem­atic in the way it goes about in­ves­ti­gat­ing cases and bring­ing per­pe­tra­tors to jus­tice. The way it has been op­er­at­ing also shows that its of­fi­cers are work­ing hard and with ded­i­ca­tion de­spite the suc­ces­sion of cut­backs they have suf­fered due to aus­ter­ity mea­sures. The success of the na­tion’s po­lice force shows that there are ar­eas of the state that are con­sis­tently car­ry­ing out their work de­spite the ad­verse cli­mate and con­di­tions. For th­ese ar­eas, the state has an obli­ga­tion to find way to help those who con­tinue to do their jobs well, at least as much as it can, given the lim­i­ta­tions.

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