“Police police Police police police police Police police

“Police police Police police police police Police police.” is a valid sentence.
Police is a city in Poland. Three different forms of the same word come into play above: law enforcement (the noun), the city (an adjunct noun/adjective), and the verb. We’ll can use substitutions to clarify the meaning — “patrol” for the verb form and “law enforcement” for the noun.
Law enforcement from Police [that] [other] law enforcement from Police patrol [also] patrol law enforcement from Police.

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