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Acknowledging a job well done

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.

ekathimerini.com , Friday February 1, 2013 (20:55)  
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