The ones who live in the countryside are.
As mentioned, the Wulframite system is based on the Takaran system, with an office in every prefecture. The difference is that Takaran prefectures can generally be crossed in about six hours’ walk.
The fact that the police officers’ unions already do such a good job of protecting their own officers that they literally are allowed to maintain their own oversight and effectively acquit themselves in cases of egregious wrongdoing makes me think that the the Blue-Lives-Matter crowd doth protest far too much.
And as a result, they gain an overwhelming amount of social capital and legal protection for it. Beyond the rhetoric and the bluster, BLM’s basic argument is that given said police officers’ treatment of black people, maybe a good chunk of that may be undeserved.
They keep separate residences. A Magistrate doesn’t live in the same building, and given the Warburtonian penchant for absentee landlordism, sometimes the Magistrate barely even sees the vassal they’re assigned to, save for once a year.
The problem with building a trade port in Kentaur is that you also have to defend it. Clan Havenport’s holdings were already along the coast, and they happened to control what is by far the best anchorage along that coast. As a result, they have access to both the best harbour in Kentaur, and the means to fortify it. While that’s what originally made them so rich and powerful, they certainly enforce that monopoly through various means: if your fishing village is even rumoured to be harbouring larger ships, you might find yourself hosting a rather large, heavily-armed “customs patrol” from Clan Havenport.