Hong Kong Police Headquarters Compound The Force is commanded by the Commissioner of Police, who is assisted by two deputy commissioners; a "Deputy Commissioner — Operations" supervises all operational matters including crime and a "Deputy Commissioner — Management" is responsible for the direction and co-ordination of force management including personnel, training, and management services. For day-to-day policing Operationsthe Force is organised into six regions:
Scales of corruption[ edit ] A billboard in Zambia exhorting the public to "Just say no to corruption". An anti-corruption billboard at the entry into Niameycapital of Niger. The text, translated from French, reads: Morris,  a professor of politics, writes that political corruption is the illegitimate use of public power to benefit a private interest.
Economist Ian Senior  defines corruption as an action to a secretly provide b a good or a service to a third party c so that he or she can influence certain actions which d benefit the corrupt, a third party, or both e in which the corrupt agent has authority.
Daniel Kaufmann from the World Bank, extends the concept to include 'legal corruption' in which power is abused within the confines of the law—as those with power often have the ability to make laws for their protection.
The effect of corruption in infrastructure is to increase costs and construction time, lower the quality and decrease the benefit.
Corruption ranges from small favors between a small number of people petty corruption An analysis of the complex phenomenon of police corruption,  to corruption that affects the government on a large scale grand corruptionand corruption that is so prevalent that it is part of the everyday structure of society, including corruption as one of the symptoms of organized crime.
Increasingly, a number of indicators and tools have been developed which can measure different forms of corruption with increasing accuracy. For example, in many small places such as registration offices, police stations, state licensing boards,   and many other private and government sectors.
Grand corruption[ edit ] Grand corruption is defined as corruption occurring at the highest levels of government in a way that requires significant subversion of the political, legal and economic systems. Such corruption is commonly found in countries with authoritarian or dictatorial governments but also in those without adequate policing of corruption.
It can be contrasted with individual officials or agents who act corruptly within the system. Factors which encourage systemic corruption include conflicting incentivesdiscretionary powers ; monopolistic powers ; lack of transparency ; low pay; and a culture of impunity.
However, only in democratically controlled institutions is there an interest of the public owner to develop internal mechanisms to fight active or passive corruption, whereas in private industry as well as in NGOs there is no public control.
Therefore, the owners' investors' or sponsors' profits are largely decisive.
Recent research by the World Bank suggests that who makes policy decisions elected officials or bureaucrats can be critical in determining the level of corruption because of the incentives different policy-makers face. Department of the Interior. The original caption for the cartoon is: It can also take the form of office holders maintaining themselves in office by purchasing votes by enacting laws which use taxpayers' money.
The Kaunas "golden toilet". The Kaunas golden toilet case was a major Lithuanian scandal. Despite the investment, the "golden toilet" remained closed for years due to the dysfunctionality and was a subject of a lengthy anti-corruption investigation into those who had created it and  the local municipality even considered demolishing the building at one point.
Various sources acclaim the Spanish People's Party — Partido Popular - to be Europe's most corrupt party, with about yearly 45 billion euro worth of corruption. Police corruption Police corruption is a specific form of police misconduct designed to obtain financial benefits, personal gain, career advancement for a police officer or officers in exchange for not pursuing or selectively pursuing an investigation or arrest or aspects of the thin blue line itself where force members collude in lies to protect other members from accountability.
One common form of police corruption is soliciting or accepting bribes in exchange for not reporting organized drug or prostitution rings or other illegal activities. Another example is police officers flouting the police code of conduct in order to secure convictions of suspects—for example, through the use of falsified evidence.
More rarely, police officers may deliberately and systematically participate in organized crime themselves. In most major cities, there are internal affairs sections to investigate suspected police corruption or misconduct. Judicial corruption[ edit ] Judicial corruption refers to corruption-related misconduct of judgesthrough receiving or giving bribes, improper sentencing of convicted criminals, bias in the hearing and judgement of arguments and other such misconduct.
Governmental corruption of judiciary is broadly known in many transitional and developing countries because the budget is almost completely controlled by the executive. The latter undermines the separation of powers, as it creates a critical financial dependence of the judiciary.
The proper national wealth distribution including the government spending on the judiciary is subject to the constitutional economics. It is important to distinguish between the two methods of corruption of the judiciary: Corruption in the education system[ edit ] Corruption in education is a worldwide phenomenon.
Corruption in admissions to universities is traditionally considered as one of the most corrupt areas of the education sector. The general public is well aware of the high level of corruption in colleges and universities, including thanks to the media.
In many societies and international organizations, education corruption remains a taboo. In some countries, such as certain eastern European countries, some Balkan countries and certain Asian countries, corruption occurs frequently in universities.
For decades, the Teamsters have been substantially controlled by La Cosa Nostra. Sincefour of eight Teamster presidents were indicted, yet the union continued to be controlled by organized crime elements.
The federal government has been successful at removing the criminal influence from this 1. Corruption in religion The history of religion includes numerous examples of religious leaders calling attention to corruption in the religious practices and institutions of their time.The Specter of Ungoverned Spaces & How Advances in Network Analysis Can Assist Policymakers Jeffery Julum and Daniel Evans.
Abstract. This paper examines the efforts of the print media, the newspapers and news magazine in fighting corruption, especially since the establishment of the two Anti Corruption agencies; the ICPC and the EFCC by the administration of former President Olusegun Obasanjo.
In a police line-up, the probability that an individual is guilty increases with the first three witnesses who unanimously identify him or her, but then decreases with additional unanimous witness.
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An English translation was subsequently published in by Harper & Row. 1. Foreword by the Minister of Interior Affairs The purpose of the Afghan National Police Strategy (ANPS) is to provide strategic guidance for the continued development and operational capability of the Ministry of Interior (MoI) to meet the current and future challenges of stabilization and security of .