Lately there's been a lot of tension between law enforcement agencies and communities across the country, mostly centered on officer involved shootings.
But there are other ways that trust between police and the citizens they're sworn to protect can erode.
A yearlong investigation conducted by the Associated Press found that in one six-year period, there were about 1,000 cases of officers being stripped of their badges because of rape, sexual assault or sexual misconduct.
Martha Irvine, an AP national writer, joined Take Two to discuss one specific case involving Sergio Alvarez, a former police officer in West Sacramento, California, currently serving 205 years to life in prison for his crimes.
To hear the full interview with Martha Irvine, click the link above.