A video was recently posted that attracted a lot of interest and sharing when a child called the police to be able to help him with a difficult problem.
When he had a difficult problem, his mother said he could call 911 to get help with the problem. The conversation between the elementary boy and the policeman was really interesting. Maybe the policeman was a gracious person and he was patient to be able to help the child solve a problem.
He spent his time helping out when it wasn’t his specialty. He wanted to learn, why his mother didn’t help him, he offered to do business, the cop was really great with that boy.
That’s so sweet, hey, it’s an emergency for her!Good work. Dispatcher took the time to try to help a child with his math problem. He’s not an asshole and yelling or talking to a kid because he’s on the phone. He was trying to help.
This conversation caused a lot of controversy when it was just because of a math problem that hindered the work of the police and was blaming the mother when she could only call 911.
“Why would a mother tell a child here to call anyone to help with math? Five to take away five? She can’t do that? And the police didn’t answer 911. The operator did.”
“He wanted to learn, why his mother didn’t help him, he offered to do business, the cop was really great with that boy.”
“The plus point here is that the police or Dispatch are willing to help the boy. Probably got the wrong boulevard. But at least he knows the police are someone who needs help.”
“Does anyone know the complete outcome of this? Is the police after anything or just “write it down”?”