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No, I understand that, and you just identified two reasons why it might be in the interests of the police to help you, because they want help to get witnesses or to hunt a suspect or to deal with fear. Those are very, very good police-orientated reasons. But because I was very conscious that feeding the beast was your beast, I was actually asking a slightly different question, which is: how significant is it, do you think, for the police to have to pay attention to your needs? Not their needs, your needs?

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