Police Scotland recently asked the public to rate the level of confidence they had in police responding to their concerns.
And the good people in the wonderful Kingdom of Fife gave them a clear answer.
More than 40% of Fifers told them in no uncertain terms that their confidence in police is either 'low' or 'very low'.
Only 28% said they had high or very high expectations of Police Scotland.
This is absolutely damning for Police Scotland and completely confirms why this blog is absolutely correct in constantly referring to Police Scotland in every post as 'Untrustworthy Police Scotland'.
So will the results of this survey encourage Police Scotland to change their ways and start helping, protecting, and supporting the public rather than targeting them?
As always, Police Scotland will completely ignore the results of the public survey. Because it criticises them.
Police Scotland don't like criticism.
The only lessons police are likely to 'learn' from this fiasco is to stop asking the public how they think police are doing - because they're unlikely to get the answer they want.
Instead, they'll just keep 'tweeting' and 'facebooking' their own silly propaganda to us in the hope that if they bombard us often enough with these messages of what a fandabiedozie job they're doing, eventually the public might actually just start to believe it.