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This article examines the duty of care owed by police to potential victims of crime, focusing specifically on the issue of proximity. The author surveys both Canadian and UK cases in order to examine the factors that potentially give rise to a special relationship in these circumstances, and compares the Canadian courts' more plaintiff-friendly approach to the English courts' persistent refusal to recognize proximity in the relationship between the police and victims of crime. The case law isfatcat:p45u5zju7zbdfh5yqpnysoww3m