This morning is an example.
I had a mental health team turn up for a warrant of entry under the Mental Health Act 1983 amended 2007. The details are unimportant in this context but what the team leader did tell me is that the subject of a previous MHA warrant of entry I'd signed, a very poorly and potentially dangerous young man, had responded well to being sectioned and is now managing to live a useful, independent life in the local community, having returned to his former employment.
We don't normally get to hear any feedback from these sorts of warrants but it was the same team leader both times and he remembered that I'd signed the other warrant.
I think that's the best news I'm going to hear today