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May 21, 2014, 03:20:52 PM
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Now... I'm just wondering.. The users come from all over the world on this forum...

But what's it like to get in touch with your local authorities (police/local govt) to have issues of concern solved, and how are you treated, and how fruitful is the communication and is the issue resolved in a timely manner having the police or local govt. (municipality/town) respond to your concerns in a way that you find ok?

You don't have to mention even country, town or municipality, but if you want to give some general insight it would be interesting.

Where I live the police are in general helpful, with some exceptions and in many aspects they don't really have a guided plan for those parts of their work that's not random (like breakins and violence). I would rate them 5/10, mostly because of their very slow reponse time to written requests.

As for the local town... I'm not impressed and will rate them a 3/10. In general it seems many employees are completely incompetent or doesn't care about the work they do. You have to bug them for months, possibly years before simple issues are resolved, and communication is often one-sided with them not communicating in good faith.

All in all - it seems like the message is: Don't put your nose in our stuff, let us hum along as we see fit!

There are of course exceptions to this rule - but in general things are not great.

Perhaps the best solution is to move out in the woods and be self sufficient with most things, so you simply don't have to care so much about those supposedly put in place to 'help the people'.

PS: I realize these things are first world problems, but still, if you want to make yourself a shake in the kitchen, you find the ingredients and do it immediately. If it was a municipality worker who was going to do that, it would be delivered 3 months later, and it would be the wrong flavour and only half ful, you get my drift.
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May 21, 2014, 03:26:34 PM
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Here in the middle of nowhere, it depends a lot on what you ask them to handle. They'll only quickly and efficiently handle something they're very familiar with - so if the crime falls in the category of crashes and assault, you're good to go. Anything else, and you're better off talking to a wall. They're too small to have "departments," so you basically just wait until the one patrol car drives by and he's the guy who does everything. Cheesy 10/10 for not frequently bothering people (I've never seen his car not in motion) and never stopping me before.

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