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Those that participated will be also be surveyed regarding their perspectives and personal opinions of the program its effectiveness, if any. Additionally, citizens that did not participate will be requested to take part in surveying in order to collect opinions regarding community policing programs and their effectiveness as well as their reluctance or willingness to participate in future programs. The question of validity as faras the quantitative approach goes, the information will be analyzed from data originatingfrom sources that already compile annual incident statistics. Additionally, surveying and questionnaires have previously been proven to be valid and reliable methods of collecting qualitative data. References:Officer Fatalities. (2016). Retrieved from National law enforcement officers memorial fund, Swaine, J., Laughland, O., Lartey, J., Davis, K., Harris, R., Popovich, N., & Powell, K. (2016). The counted: People killed by police in the United States– interactive. The Guardian. Retrieved from -interactive/2015/jun/01/the-counted-police-killings-us-database