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திருடியவருக்கு இரண்டாவது வாய்ப்பை வழங்கிய தமிழ் காவல்துறை உத்தியோகத்தர்

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Toronto officer buys shirt, tie for shoplifter who needed outfit for job interview

திருடியவருக்கு  இரண்டாவது வாய்ப்பை வழங்கிய தமிழ் காவல்துறை உத்தியோகத்தர்

நிரன் ஜெயனேசனுக்கு  வோல்மாட்டில் 18 வயது இளைஞர் ஒருவர் சேட்டும் ரையும் சொக்சும் திருடியதாக தகவல் கொடுக்கப்பட்டு அங்கு செல்கிறார். அங்கு சென்று  திருடியவரை விசாரித்த போது அவ்விளைஞர் வேலை நேர்முக தேர்வுக்கு உடை தேவை எனவும் தன்னிடம் இல்லாததால் திருடியதாகவும் சொல்கிறார். அவருக்கு எந்த தண்டனையும் வழங்காமல் தானே அவரது உடைகளை வாங்கி கொடுத்து அவருக்கு மன்னிப்பு வழங்கியுள்ளார்  நிரன்.

 

Officer, Niran Jeyanesan

A Toronto police officer who purchased a shirt and tie for a shoplifter who needed an outfit for a job interview said he wanted to give the young man a second chance to get his life on track.

Const. Niran Jeyanesan told CP24 Monday that he and his partner were called to a Walmart on Jane Street for a reported theft on Sunday night.

When they arrived, he said the loss prevention officer at the store had apprehended an 18-year-old man for stealing a dress shirt, tie and socks.

After speaking to the shoplifter, Jeyanesan said he discovered that the young man needed the outfit for an upcoming job interview.

“This young person has been facing his own difficulties in life and he was looking to straighten out all that by providing for his family and trying to get a job,” Jeyanesan said.

After releasing the shoplifter without charge, Jeyanesan purchased the shirt and tie and gave the clothing to the man.

“This individual didn’t have any resources,” Jeyanesan said.

“He wanted to go get that job. That was in his mind. I think he truly made a mistake.”

By purchasing the clothing, the 31 Division officer said he saw an opportunity to help the man.

“Police officers do this every day and they don’t get recognized for it. We don’t look for any recognition,” he said.

“A core part of policing is helping people and I think we do that every day.”

Speaking to CP24 Monday, 31 Division Staff Sgt. Paul Bois commended the officer for his decision.

“I think the officer did a fantastic job. He exercised his discretion, definitely showed some humanity in dealing with this particular individual. Every circumstance is different and in this particular case the individual had undergone some personal difficulties and the officer wanted to help him out with that and I think collectively that’s why we are all here doing this job,” Bois said.

“We need to make a positive difference in people’s lives. I think he did.”

http://www.cp24.com/mobile/news/toronto-officer-buys-shirt-tie-for-shoplifter-who-needed-outfit-for-job-interview-1.3535864

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உடைகளை திருடியவருக்கு...  18 வயது என்பதாலும்,
அவர் திருடியதற்கான காரணம்...  மிகவும் இக்கட்டான நிலையில்... உள்ளதாலும்,
காவல் துறை அலுவலர்... நிரன் ஜெயனேசன் எடுத்த முடிவு சரியானது.
அந்தப் பையன்... இத்துடன், திருந்தி  விடுவான் என்பதை உறுதியாக கூறலாம்.

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அவரை எவ்வளவு பாராட்டினாலும் தகும்.....!  tw_blush:

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வேலை கிடைத்துவிட்டது!

வேலையொன்றுக்கான நேர்முகத்தேர்வுக்கு அணிவதற்காக ஒரு சட்டை (Shirt), கழுத்துப்பட்டி (Tie), ஒரு சோடி காலுறை (Socks) ஆகியவற்றைத் திருடிய ஒரு 18 வயது இளைஞனுக்கு, அவன் செய்த குற்றத்தைப் பதிவு செய்யாமல் அந்தப் பொருட்களை வாங்கிக் கொடுத்த ரொறன்ரோ காவற்றுறை அதிகாரி ஜெயநேசன், அந்த இளைஞனுக்கு அந்த வேலை கிடைத்துவிட்டதாக நேற்று வெள்ளிக்கிழமை CP24 தொலைக்காட்சிக்குத் தெரிவித்திருக்கிறார்.
மேலும், வேலை இல்லாமலிருந்த இளைஞனின் தந்தைக்கும் காவற்றுறை அதிகாரியின் நண்பர்கள் மூலம் ஒரு வேலை கிடைத்துள்ளதாம்.

இவர் பொருட்டு எல்லோர்க்கும் பெய்கிறது மழை.

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Cop who bought clothes for shoplifter’s interview says teen got the job

Kayla Goodfield, CP24.com 
Published Friday, August 11, 2017 5:32PM EDT 
Last Updated Friday, August 11, 2017 11:20PM EDT

 

 

A shoplifter who attempted to steal an outfit because he said he needed it for a job interview earlier this week is officially employed – thanks to the help of a Toronto police officer.

On Sunday night, two officers were called to a Walmart in the area of Jane Street and Wilson Avenue for a reported theft.

Upon arrival, an 18-year-old man was apprehended by the store’s loss prevention officer for stealing a dress shirt, tie and socks.

After a discussion, Const. Niran Jeyanesan said he let the shoplifter go without charge before purchasing the items for him.

Jeyanesan told CP24 on Monday that the shoplifter said he needed the outfit for an upcoming job interview.

Four days later, Jeyanesan confirmed to CP24 that the teen got the job he was interviewing for on Friday.

“He is starting Monday,” Jeyanesan said in an email sent to CP24. “He told me he actually wore the shirt and the tie (to the interview).”

“I’m just so happy!”

Jeyanesan said the man’s story compelled him to do something out of the ordinary.

“This young person has been facing his own difficulties in life and he was looking to straighten out all that by providing for his family and trying to get a job,” he said.

“This individual didn’t have any resources,” he said. “He wanted to go get that job. That was in his mind. I think he truly made a mistake.”

“He did mention that he had gone through some tough times in life. His father was sick… and they as a family were suffering with that.”

Jeyanesan also said not only did the teen get a new job but his father is now employed as well.

“We were able to get his father a job as well through some friends who were willing to help out,” he said.

http://www.cp24.com/mobile/news/cop-who-bought-clothes-for-shoplifter-s-interview-says-teen-got-the-job-1.3542447

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நன்றி ஐயா. பாராட்டுக்கள்

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அந்த பொலிசாராருக்கு வாழ்த்துக்கள் 

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