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Am undercover officer posed as a disabled wheelchair bound person with a brain injury in an attempt to catch would-be thieves and opportunists from preying on the cities more vulnerable residents. The undercover working this operation, officer Mark Horsley, was one the sidewalk for several hours, peddling small wares to locals who never once attempted to hard or rob the undercover officer. In fact what they did do was treat him with respect, pray for him and even made sure some exposed cash on his waistband was more secured.

Officer Horsley said he learned a lot from the operation, "The people of the downtown are watching. They care and they take care of their vulnerable people." adding, "The generosity, the caring was inspiring,". While this happened in Canada and not America, it's still heartwarming to see the positive side of police and residents in our vicious news cycle.

h/t CBC.ca

 

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