“We are not corrupt” – Sussex Police

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POLICE ARE NOT CORRUPT

A report by the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) in conjunction with the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) and others had released a report titled “Corruption in Britain: Bribery: Public experience and response” Which has described police officers as the most corrupt.

The report which was released Wednesday in London indicated that police officers are the type of public officials to whom bribes are most commonly paid in the UK.

The police ranked high with 46.4 percent while prosecutors ranked directly after them with 33.0 percent.

Other public officials put into perspective are Judges and magistrates, tax and revenue officers, customs officers and public utilities officers.

Reacting to the report, the Police Prime Minister, Theresa May described the report as false.

She also urged the public to disregard the report noting that there is no way the British Police Force officials could be corrupt.

She said: “I don’t think the IPCC are for such purpose. We have not seen such report and we cannot react to what we have not seen but what I know is that the British Police Force is not corrupt.

“Corruption is a personal thing and the British Police Force is not a corrupt institution and it is not for anybody to have made such allegation.

“The allegations are mischievous because it is not empirical and we distant ourselves from such and we want all Britons to condemn such.”

“In fact a lot of changes have been introduced into the Force to ensure that we are accountable to the people.

“Such a report is unacceptable by the Force and we want everybody to disregard such because the British Police is not corrupt. The allegation is not empirical and it cannot stand any test or proof.  It is misleading.”

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