عنوان مقاله [English]
Background and objectives: In any language community, there is a group of people living together who are unable to use the language. In the society's perspective, these people have disabilities. This means that they are unable to hear, pronounce and use common language. These people communicate with each other and with people in the community through sign language, so police interaction with people with hearing impairments is very important and effective. The aim of this study was to investigate the interaction of police with citizens and the deaf community.
Methodology: The research method is the conceptual and documentary analyses. To collect the data in order to achieve research results, the library tools, internet, Persian and Latin scientific books and scientific articles and dissertations related to the research topic have been used.
Findings: In the research findings the linguistic theories and conceptual frameworks related to the deaf, philosophical and literary theory about the deaf, sociological theory of interaction with the deaf and the impact of educational components on interaction between police, citizens and deaf with a focus on answering two related questions have been investigated.
Results: The results show that the police are in contact with and interact with the citizens and the deaf community, and in fact, the more the two groups interact, the more secure the deaf citizens will be in the community. Education plays a vital role in both the police and the deaf community. The position of this stratum of society must be determined and planned and acted upon. The greater the interaction between police, citizens, and people with hearing impairments, the lower the error rate and the lower the sense of security.