One evening, a Phoenix police sergeant, stopped a young man walking along a road late at night. She determined that he was of age, and not violating curfew. She also learned that whenever he missed the last bus, after getting off his night-shift at a fast food restaurant, he had to walk nine-miles to get home. Seems he'd never had a bicycle, and with no Dad to teach him, had never learned how to ride one. The sergeant took it from there, giving the young man a seldom-used bike she had, fixed him up with a helmet, then had two of her officers teach him to ride. Needless to say, the young man was very pleased to have back-up transportation getting to, or from, his job. That police sergeant had became anxious to assist him, especially once his character and work-ethic had become so obvious to her. A great helping-hand from this officer, and a gem of a find for the young man's employer.