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24th Sep '17 10:45:32 AM JonathanDP81
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* ''Series/Claws'': Det. Chip Lauderdale who is the pocket of the Husser crime family.

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* ''Series/Claws'': ''Series/{{Claws}}'': Det. Chip Lauderdale who is the pocket of the Husser crime family.
24th Sep '17 10:35:56 AM JonathanDP81
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* ''Series/Claws'': Det. Chip Lauderdale who is the pocket of the Husser crime family.
6th Sep '17 8:41:40 AM Morgenthaler
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* ''ComicBook/DisneyDucksComicUniverse'': There have been at least two stories where the Beagle Boys were shown to be in charge of the Duckburg police force. In the first, it was part of an AlternateHistory where they changed occupation because Scrooge had already lost his fortune, and in the second it was just part of a [[AllJustADream weird-ass nightmare]] that Donald was having. Also, in the former example they said Donald could buy his way out of a ticket.
25th Aug '17 3:59:03 AM Psychopompos007
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* ''Les Ripoux'', a series of three French comedies, is exactly about this; indeed, the title is French slang for "the rotten cops". At first, René is introduced as the classic corrupt cop and François as his incorruptible new partner, but François soon becomes just as corrupt and even more ambitious.

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* ''Les Ripoux'', a series of three French comedies, is exactly about this; indeed, the title is French slang for "the rotten cops". At first, René is introduced as the classic corrupt cop and François as his incorruptible new partner, but François soon becomes just as corrupt and even more ambitious. The first sequel has another duo of dirty cops has villains.
12th Aug '17 10:18:10 AM Gemser
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* ''Film/TheWorldOfKanako'' has at least three of them:
** Main protagonist Akikazu is a violent, alcoholic, unscrupulous, bad-tempered and cynic ex-cop. The only way to separate him from a villain is his goal (finding his daughter and return to a happy family life).
** When Nagano (one of Kanako's class mates) tells the police about the [[spoiler:prostitution ring]], they order a sociopathic cop named Aikawa to [[spoiler:kill her, because the cops profited from human trafficking too]]. He is very violent and unscrupulous.
** Detective Asai (a cop whom Akikazu trusts initially but does not help him very much with his search) is this on a more subtle level. When Akikazu and Aikawa engage on a very bloody fight on the freeway, Asai interferes and [[spoiler:smilingly kills Aikawa and tells everybody it was a suicide (althought Aikawa wanted to commit suicide anyway and just ran out of ammo)]]. He has interest in [[spoiler:the prostitution ring too]] but wants to keep this undercover.
6th Aug '17 7:16:34 AM Shadowgazer
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** Numerous episodes: Quagmire's repeated preying on (and having sex with) teenaged girls and raping women (drugging many of them via [=GHB=]); and Peter for showing strong, if not outright blatant [[PaedoHunt pedophiliac behavior]].

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** Numerous episodes: Quagmire's repeated preying on (and having sex with) and raping teenaged girls and raping women (drugging many of them via [=GHB=]); and Peter for showing strong, if not outright blatant [[PaedoHunt pedophiliac behavior]].



* In the DonaldDuck short WesternAnimation/DuckPimples, a belligerent OfficerOHara-type threatens Donald and accuses him of stealing a pearl necklace, then turns around and steals the bracelets off the FemmeFatale's arm. [[spoiler: He also turns out to be the one who stole the woman's pearls.]]

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* In the DonaldDuck short WesternAnimation/DuckPimples, a belligerent OfficerOHara-type threatens Donald and accuses him of stealing a pearl necklace, then turns around and steals the bracelets off the FemmeFatale's arm. [[spoiler: He also turns out to be the one who stole the woman's pearls. Or at least that is what the author who wrote the story in Donald's imagination decided.]]
5th Aug '17 12:38:58 PM MGD107
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* * DCI Roy Slater ("Slater the Slag") Del's Archenemy from ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'' episodes "May The Force Be With You", the 1985 Christmas special "To Hull and Back", and "The Class of '62". The second episode of ''Rock and Chips'', "Five Gold Rings", shows us that after leaving school, Slater immediately joined the police force and started abusing his position to go after Del.

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* * DCI Roy Slater ("Slater the Slag") Del's Archenemy from ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'' '''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses''' episodes "May The Force Be With You", the 1985 Christmas special "To Hull and Back", and "The Class of '62". The second episode of ''Rock and Chips'', "Five Gold Rings", shows us that after leaving school, Slater immediately joined the police force and started abusing his position to go after Del.



* ''Series/BrooklynNine'': The Nine Nine often face police officers less ethical than they are, but some push this into outright corruption:

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* ''Series/BrooklynNine'': ''Series/BrooklynNineNine'': The Nine Nine often face police officers less ethical than they are, but some push this into outright corruption:
5th Aug '17 12:33:31 PM MGD107
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%%* DCI Roy Slater ("Slater the Slag") in ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'' episodes "May The Force Be With You", the 1985 Christmas special "To Hull and Back", and "The Class of '62". The second episode of ''Rock and Chips'', "Five Gold Rings", shows us that after leaving school, Slater immediately joined the police force.



* Roy Slater from ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses''.

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* * DCI Roy Slater ("Slater the Slag") Del's Archenemy from ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses''.''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'' episodes "May The Force Be With You", the 1985 Christmas special "To Hull and Back", and "The Class of '62". The second episode of ''Rock and Chips'', "Five Gold Rings", shows us that after leaving school, Slater immediately joined the police force and started abusing his position to go after Del.


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* ''Series/BrooklynNine'': The Nine Nine often face police officers less ethical than they are, but some push this into outright corruption:
** Deputy Commissioner Podolski, initially appears to be a downplayed example, as he transparently uses his position to ensure his delinquent son gets away with causing hundreds of dollars’ worth of vandalism damage to police cars. However, it is later heavily implied that he is in fact in the pocket of a local CorruptBureaucrat with ties to drug smuggling and has links to the mob. He tried to destroy Jake’s career when he investigated said bureaucrat.
** Deputy Chief Madeline Wunch is a downplayed example. While she’s not outright corrupt, she shamelessly abuses her position to make Holt’s life miserable as part of their petty rivalry. She is also perfectly willing to organise a fake Internal Affairs investigation simply to get dirt on Holt. She makes it abundantly clear in the season two finale, that she’ll happily destroy Jake, Amy, Rosa, Charles and Terry’s careers just to beat Holt.
** Corrupt FBI Agent Bob Annderson. While posing as Holt’s friend and a dedicated agent, he is in fact in the pocket of [[TheDon Jimmy the Butch Figgis]], and is outright willing to commit murders for him.
** Lieutenant Melanie Hawkins manages to make all the previously police examples look like upstanding officers of the law by comparison. Publically revealed as one of the NYPD’s best cops who chases the most dangerous criminals, she is secretly the mastermind behind New York’s most notorious gang of bank robbers and in charge of a massive criminal conspiracy, purely to line her own pockets. She also happily uses PoliceBrutality to keep people in line, is addicted to cocaine [[spoiler:and successfully manages to frame Jake and Rosa for her crimes.]]
3rd Aug '17 9:01:12 AM RockRaider
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* ''VideoGame/Scrapland'': The police of Chimera are all kinds of corrupt. Regular police have the power to extort money from other robots, and they often engage in fights. Plus, there's the chief. He's a cheater, the Mayor's partner-in-crime, and will beat up anyone who tries to blackmail him.

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* ''VideoGame/Scrapland'': ''VideoGame/{{Scrapland}}'': The police of Chimera are all kinds of corrupt. Regular police have the power to extort money from other robots, and they often engage in fights. Plus, there's the chief. He's a cheater, the Mayor's partner-in-crime, and will beat up anyone who tries to blackmail him.
3rd Aug '17 9:00:47 AM RockRaider
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* ''VideoGame/Scrapland'': The police of Chimera are all kinds of corrupt. Regular police have the power to extort money from other robots, and they often engage in fights. Plus, there's the chief. He's a cheater, the Mayor's partner-in-crime, and will beat up anyone who tries to blackmail him.
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