Kailash Kumar was rightly explained the truth.
However, if we think the situation deeply so many questions arouse. If you're a police officer and attempting to catch a criminal whom you know or don't know as one of your family members; as you've take oath during your training, position and posting, you should forget everything about your family during the job. There are several situations you may found during this mission, like advising the criminal, asking help or suggestion from your superior, arguing/understanding/convincing your family members, etc. etc. But you know that the solutions are not in your hand, the solution is in the criminals mind. What s/he thoughts and what action s/he is taking, why s/he is doing such crime/illegal acts, why s/he is not surrendering, what's her/his problem/reason behind this, does s/he thinks about you and your family as you think about him/her. If no, then why are you worried about him/her? If yes, why doesn't s/he surrender?
'Every bad situation will have something positive. Even a dead clock shows correct time twice a day.'