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Axia College MaterialAppendix DPolice Relationships to Communities and PopulationsDirections: Open a separate Microsoft Word document and answer the following questions. Each response must be 75 to 150 words in length. Post this assignment as an attachment. 1. Why is there a need for proper relationships between the police and the community? What are the advantages and disadvantages of this understanding?2. Identify at least two different communities outlined in Ch. 9 and describe the relationship of the police to these communities.3. Identify at least two different population groups outlined in Ch. 9 and describe the relationship of the police to these populations.1. The need for good relations between the police and the community are important because the police need to be a part of the community, and not viewed as any kind of military presence or occupying force. Accepta

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