Australian Indian kid’s sweet letter to Cambridge police warms hearts

Cambridge: A young Australian Indian kid in Cambridge is hogging the limelight here with his sweet epistle to the police.
Seven year old Harcharan, who is a student of Morley Memorial Primary School, sent the letter to the Sawston police station as part of a persuasive writing excercise.
Harcharan wrote, ““Dear Cambridgeshire Constabulary
“I would love to be a police officer to stop diamond heists and bank robberies.
“I am good at dodging objects and I got good eye sight.
“I am good at jumping from high places and I got lots of stealth.”
“The job needs lots of focus and eye sight. To be a good police officer you need to check stuff. I am good at guarding places.
“I would be good for the job because I am good at climbing.
“From Harcharan”.
In their Facebook post on Tuesday, Policing Cambridge City described the letter as wonderful and said, “We are definitely persuaded. If, like Harcharan, you believe that you’ve got what it takes – we are currently recruiting Special Constables. “[Though] jumping from high places not strictly necessary.” A Cambridge child has sent an adorable letter to Cambridgeshire police, explaining why he would make an excellent officer.
Harcharan’s grandparents in Melbourne said they are very proud of their grandson who always showed maturity and kindness even at such a young age.

(G’day Staff)