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Should Law Enforcement have volunteers?
Law Enforcement should have volunteers.
Provides work experience for the volunteer.
Lessens the 'us vs. them' mentality, creating a police force that is actually made by members of the community.
Provides the community with closer communication with the police.
Volunteers, due to lack or training, could be a danger to others or themselves.
Volunteers can be unreliable and have unpredictable behaviour that ends up becoming a distraction for the police officers from doing their job.
Volunteers risk getting attacked by making themselves a target.
Police shouldn't need a free workforce.
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