Don is a Security Guard for a large financial institution. He is a kind and cheerful soul and takes his responsibilities seriously. At night and sometimes during the day, homeless people often sleep in the entry way of the bank. Don kindly requests them to leave but often they do not. In such cases, he calls the Police Service for their assistance.
Don has often been struck by the compassionate way the police deal with the people on his door step. Many of the men and women in “Blue” get on their knees or sit with the individual to chat with them in a non-threatening way. In time, everyone gets up and they walk together down the street to a Homeless Shelter or some other safe place.
Can simple acts of kindness and compassion resolve situations without rancour and mistrust?