This morning the NY Times Metropolitan Section has a lengthy article about a Jewish - more specifically, Bobover - private eye who serves the Jewish community.
He sounds like an amazing person, who won't let his principles be compromised by his clients. I highly recommend reading the story.
What is sad, though, is something that I've noticed with those who are mental health professionals or social workers who work mainly with other Jews: The "Sewer" Complex.
A psychologist who is a frequent Shabbos guest once wearily described himself as a sewer; the refuse waste of the community runs through him. Eventually, after dealing with the worst the Jewish world can offer, such helpers despair of the goodness of human nature.
It is sad that often it is the best and most willing to help are collateral damage of their own good intentions.