Langford. After her arrest and several days in prison, a woman sent a Thank You card to the Canadian police with a four-and-a-half star rating. Her special thanks go to “four prison guards who work hard and are often not appreciated enough by those assigned to them,” Card said, adding that local police published on Twitter on Monday (local time).
She was nervous during her stay in prison in the city of Langford on Vancouver Island, but she praised the woman as saying “how helpful and friendly it was to all.” Police did not explain why he was arrested for confidentiality reasons.
The police were happy about the unusual card. Local police spokesman Nancy Saggar said the dispatcher made a genuine effort, it was very good. She could not recall any other case in which agency officials had received such a thank you card from an arrested person. On the front it reads: “If our plane is in trouble for any reason, I will help your oxygen mask before it sets properly.”
The card sender gave the detention center four and a half stars, including a blurred smiley. “We were very impressed and happy with our rating,” Sagar said. Even in prison you have rights and “we will respect them.”