Limehouse Police have shared a poem that a grateful Londoner wrote for them.
Within the poem, the writer says: "So cool you are, catching fools with your car. Putting them behind bars. I reckon you should put them in jars. You are looked upon like stars, way above the planet Mars."
They go on to thank the officers for "always protecting us from danger, by patrolling the streets like a ranger".
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Ending the poem, they say: "In my head, crime rates are all zeros. Risk your lives to save us. You are all heres (sic)."
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