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14th Jun '17 7:28:04 AM Ramidel
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* Pretty much universal among the privatized police forces of ''TabletopGame/{{Shadowrun}}''. Lone Star and Knight Errant's privatized police are nearly all on the take; investigating crimes doesn't pay much in [[CrapsackWorld this world]], and taking criminals in means a lot more paperwork than either shaking them down for bribes or [[TheCoronerDothProtestTooMuch arranging an accident]].
31st May '17 10:26:20 AM UmbrellasWereAwesome
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* In ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor'', after a few days in Tokyo after a lockdown resulting from demon presence, a group of police officers begin abusing the power of demon-summoning objects called [=COMPs=] to rob and/or kill others. [[spoiler:They eventually surrender their powers after being beaten twice, the second time when faced with the lord of death, Yama.]]



* ''Franchise/ShinMegamiTensei'':
** In ''VideoGame/ShinMegamiTenseiI'', the police quickly align with the Demons by kidnapping innocents so a demon at the town hospital can experiment on them.
** In ''VideoGame/DevilSurvivor'', after a few days in Tokyo after a lockdown resulting from demon presence, a group of police officers begin abusing the power of demon-summoning objects called [=COMPs=] to rob and/or kill others. [[spoiler:They eventually surrender their powers after being beaten twice, the second time when faced with the lord of death, Yama.]]
** ''[[Franchise/ShinMegamiTenseiPersona Persona]]'':
*** In ''VideoGame/Persona2: Eternal Punishment'', several members of the Kounan Police Department ([[spoiler:including its top leadership]]) are working for the evil government conspiracy.
*** ''VideoGame/Persona5'': The cops who apprehend the protagonist drug and beat him to try and get information on his accomplices. In fact, the head of the Special Investigation Department in Tokyo is a member of TheConspiracy, and plans to kill the protagonist and their friends to protect his illicit activities.



* ''VideoGame/{{Persona 5}}'': The cops who apprehend the protagonist drug and beat him to try and get information on his accomplices. The head of the department is also a member of TheConspiracy, and plans to kill the protagonist and their friends to protect his illicit activities.
27th May '17 12:25:58 PM lillolillo
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* ''Manga/CityHunter'': There's quite a few cops that works with the Yakuza. Also, Saeko: she may be a honest and competent cop, but, as pointed out by her sister Reika in one memorable occasion, Ryo is a criminal (and she had a few troubles for helping him when another cop decided to take down City Hunter), and she also helped framing a terrorist for a murder he didn't commit.
28th Apr '17 11:21:20 PM Vios
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Drowntown}}'', Grace Carter used to be a detective, but became disillusioned (like Leo, the protagonist) and started working both sides (''not'' like Leo). When the story begins, she's trying to eliminate Leo because he knows all about her.
27th Apr '17 11:15:24 AM Golondrina
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%%* Captain Hank Quinlan (OrsonWelles) in ''Film/TouchOfEvil''.

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%%* Captain Hank Quinlan (OrsonWelles) (Creator/OrsonWelles) in ''Film/TouchOfEvil''.
22nd Apr '17 9:36:10 PM Fireblood
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* ''Series/HandOfGod'': There's a group of them who perform criminal acts (ranging from burglary to murder and rape) for money.
21st Apr '17 5:10:27 PM dmcreif
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** Herc and Carver start the show as this. They're briefly suspected by Daniels of stealing evidence money when they seize drug money from Wee-Bey and some of it goes missing. Then they actually steal money during a raid on a stash house in the wake of Kima's shooting. Come season 4, Carver greatly cleans up his act and matures. Herc? Not so much.
** Eddie Walker is a Western District patrolman and is incredibly relentless in use of PoliceBrutality.
** Dwight Tilghman is a prison guard who routinely brutalizes Wee-Bey Brice because Wee-Bey killed a cousin of his. He also trafficks drugs into the prison. Avon Barksdale and Stringer Bell conspire to frame him for trafficking tainted drugs into the jail.

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** Herc and Carver start the show as this. They're briefly suspected by Daniels of stealing evidence money when they seize drug money from Wee-Bey and some of it goes missing. Then they actually steal money during a raid on a stash house in the wake of Kima's shooting. Come After spending season 4, 3 working under [[BenevolentBoss Major Colvin]] in the Western District, Carver greatly cleans up his act and matures.matures into a much better cop. Herc? Not so much.
** Eddie Walker is a Western District patrolman and is incredibly relentless in use of PoliceBrutality.
PoliceBrutality against the hoodrats.
** Dwight Tilghman is a prison guard who routinely brutalizes Wee-Bey Brice because Wee-Bey killed a cousin of his. He also trafficks drugs into the prison. Avon Barksdale and Stringer Bell conspire to [[FramingTheGuiltyParty frame him for trafficking tainted drugs into the jail.jail]] as part of a plan to move up Avon's first parole hearing.



* The LAPD in Season 2 of Series/AgentCarter. In the first episode, [[Recap/AgentCarterS2E1TheLadyInTheLake "The Lady in the Lake"]], alone, there's [[spoiler: Detective Andrew Henry, who's been paid off by [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Chadwick]]]] to dump the body of a woman [[spoiler: Chadwick was having an affair with]], as well as another cop [[spoiler: paid off by Chadwick to kill Henry before he can talk]].

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* The LAPD in Season 2 of Series/AgentCarter.''Series/AgentCarter''. In the first episode, [[Recap/AgentCarterS2E1TheLadyInTheLake "The Lady in the Lake"]], alone, there's [[spoiler: Detective Andrew Henry, who's been paid off by [[CorruptCorporateExecutive Chadwick]]]] to dump the body of a woman [[spoiler: Chadwick was having an affair with]], as well as another cop [[spoiler: paid off by Chadwick to kill Henry before he can talk]].
19th Apr '17 5:30:00 PM Scoutstr295
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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Eppolito_and_Stephen_Caracappa Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa]] were detectives with the Organized Crime Homicide Unit of the NYPD's Major Case Squad. They were also'informants and assassins for the mob, murdering eight people on orders from the Lucchese crime family. Ironically, before he was caught, Eppolito had bit parts in a few movies -- including ''Film/GoodFellas''.

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* [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Louis_Eppolito_and_Stephen_Caracappa Louis Eppolito and Stephen Caracappa]] were detectives with the Organized Crime Homicide Unit of the NYPD's Major Case Squad. They were also'informants also informants and assassins for the mob, murdering eight people on orders from the Lucchese crime family. Ironically, before he was caught, Eppolito had bit parts in a few movies -- including ''Film/GoodFellas''.



* New South Wales Police Force had a clique of dirty cops within the NSW Police, which included the then-commissioner:

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* New South Wales Police Force had a clique of dirty cops within the NSW Police, cops, which included the then-commissioner:
2nd Apr '17 11:17:36 PM dmcreif
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* In ''Series/BlueBloods'':
** Danny Reagan is a borderline case. He's not the "plant evidence" or "kill unarmed criminals" type, but he ''has' done illegal things that in real life would get him swiftly terminated from the NYPD, and has faced [[KarmaHoudini little comeuppance for his behavior]]. Examples include ''intentionally'' stopping a medical tube for an old man because he ''thought'' he had information, threatening to put a bullet in the back of a robber's head -- ''when the said robber was cuffed and unarmed'', and putting a suspect in the trunk of his car and driving like crazy to get said suspect to talk. And the list goes on.
** Season 1 has the Blue Templar, a ring of crooked cops who were engaged in murder, narcotics trafficking, and money laundering. Their leader Sonny Malevski also killed Commissioner Frank Reagan's son Joe when he began to infiltrate them.
** Frank loathes dirty cops as a whole, considering them a disgrace to good police in general and the NYPD as a whole, due to the damage they do to public trust, and of course what the Blue Templar did to Joe. What's notable is how low-key he is about it. He doesn't raise his voice and his expression barely changes even though it's abundantly clear how furious he is. When he confronted the ones responsible for Joe's death at the end of the first season, it's almost terrifying how calm he looks during the entire exchange. He only loses his cool for a moment when he knocks some things off the top of a cabinet, which is also one of the few times he raises his voice. He's not shouting either, he raises it the way people do when they want to make sure they're heard.
** From season 1's "After Hours," there's Jimmy Burke, Frank's partner while stationed at the 27th Precinct who took a bullet for him. He was eventually promoted to Inspector and placed in command of the 15th Precinct. When he is up for a promotion to Deputy Chief as the Deputy Commander of Patrol Borough Manhattan South, Erin uncovers that Jimmy has been juking his precinct's COMPSTATS, misreporting felonies as misdemeanors to artificially lower the crime rates. After meeting with Jimmy, Frank allows him to retire rather than face demotion to Captain and reassignment to the 128th Precinct in Staten Island.
** In the season 2 episode "Critical Condition," the leader of a botched bank robbery turned hostage situation is Billy Flood, an ex-cop from a special unit that Frank ran in the 1990s.
** In "Thanksgiving," Sgt. Renzulli is revealed to be betting on horses on the side, and owes about $10,000 to his bookie. After hearing about it from Jamie, Frank bails Renzulli out but makes clear it's a one-time offer.
** In "Framed," Danny is investigating a bookie who has his clients assaulted when they're late paying him. Right as Danny's about to get a warrant to raid the bookie's house in search of a black book that will reveal a list of all the clients who owe him money, he's pulled over and busted for drug possession. It's obvious to the entire Reagan family the drugs were planted. Furthermore, Jamie finds that a baker Danny stopped at right beforehand[[note]]as he'd been reminded by Erin and by Linda repeatedly to do so[[/note]] seems to have been intimidated into lying about Danny's whereabouts. As the investigation turns out, an Internal Affairs captain that had previously investigated Danny for a friendly-fire incident was among those who would have been outed as owing money to the bookie when the black book turned up. He framed Danny to get him out of the way, even proceeding to steal Danny's off-duty pistol to kill the bookie.



* In ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'', practically half of the cops of the NYPD's 15th Precinct are in Wilson Fisk's pocket. Not only does Fisk use them to kill off associates who have become liabilities (and ensure no NYPD investigations are opened into his activities), but they're so dirty that they're willing to actively murder fellow officers who aren't on the take or who have become liabilities themselves. In a touch of irony, it is one of these corrupt cops, Detective Carl Hoffman, guilt-ridden over being forced to kill his partner and best friend Detective Christian Blake on Fisk's orders, who is responsible for giving up information that allows the FBI to apprehend Fisk and all of his top associates.
* In ''Series/LukeCage2016'', Cornell "Cottonmouth" Stokes has a couple of NYPD cops in his pocket, including Misty Knight's partner Rafael Scarfe, and Misty's shift lieutenant.

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* In ''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'', practically ''Series/TheDefenders2017'':
**''Series/{{Daredevil 2015}}'': Practically
half of the cops of the NYPD's 15th Precinct are in Wilson Fisk's pocket. Not only does Fisk use them to kill off associates who have become liabilities (and ensure no NYPD investigations are opened into his activities), but they're so dirty that they're willing to actively murder fellow officers who aren't on the take or who have become liabilities themselves. In a touch of irony, it is one of these corrupt cops, Detective Carl Hoffman, guilt-ridden over being forced to kill his partner and best friend Detective Christian Blake on Fisk's orders, who is responsible for giving up information that allows the FBI to apprehend Fisk and all of his top associates.
* In ''Series/LukeCage2016'', **''Series/LukeCage2016'': Cornell "Cottonmouth" Stokes has a couple of NYPD cops in his pocket, including Misty Knight's partner Rafael Scarfe, and Misty's shift lieutenant.



* In ''Series/BlueBloods'':
** Danny Reagan is a borderline case. He's not the "plant evidence" or "kill unarmed criminals" type, but he ''has' done illegal things that in real life would get him swiftly terminated from the NYPD, and has faced [[KarmaHoudini little comeuppance for his behavior]]. Examples include ''intentionally'' stopping a medical tube for an old man because he ''thought'' he had information, threatening to put a bullet in the back of a robber's head -- ''when the said robber was cuffed and unarmed'', and putting a suspect in the trunk of his car and driving like crazy to get said suspect to talk. And the list goes on.
** Season 1 has the Blue Templar, a ring of crooked cops who were engaged in murder, narcotics trafficking, and money laundering. Their leader Sonny Malevski also killed Commissioner Frank Reagan's son Joe when he began to infiltrate them.
** Frank loathes dirty cops as a whole, considering them a disgrace to good police in general and the NYPD as a whole, due to the damage they do to public trust, and of course what the Blue Templar did to Joe. What's notable is how low-key he is about it. He doesn't raise his voice and his expression barely changes even though it's abundantly clear how furious he is. When he confronted the ones responsible for Joe's death at the end of the first season, it's almost terrifying how calm he looks during the entire exchange. He only loses his cool for a moment when he knocks some things off the top of a cabinet, which is also one of the few times he raises his voice. He's not shouting either, he raises it the way people do when they want to make sure they're heard.
** From season 1's "After Hours," there's Jimmy Burke, Frank's partner while stationed at the 27th Precinct who took a bullet for him. He was eventually promoted to Inspector and placed in command of the 15th Precinct. When he is up for a promotion to Deputy Chief as the Deputy Commander of Patrol Borough Manhattan South, Erin uncovers that Jimmy has been juking his precinct's COMPSTATS, misreporting felonies as misdemeanors to artificially lower the crime rates. After meeting with Jimmy, Frank allows him to retire rather than face demotion to Captain and reassignment to the 128th Precinct in Staten Island.
** In the season 2 episode "Critical Condition," the leader of a botched bank robbery turned hostage situation is Billy Flood, an ex-cop from a special unit that Frank ran in the 1990s.
** In "Thanksgiving," Sgt. Renzulli is revealed to be betting on horses on the side, and owes about $10,000 to his bookie. After hearing about it from Jamie, Frank bails Renzulli out but makes clear it's a one-time offer.
** In "Framed," Danny is investigating a bookie who has his clients assaulted when they're late paying him. Right as Danny's about to get a warrant to raid the bookie's house in search of a black book that will reveal a list of all the clients who owe him money, he's pulled over and busted for drug possession. It's obvious to the entire Reagan family the drugs were planted. Furthermore, Jamie finds that a baker Danny stopped at right beforehand[[note]]as he'd been reminded by Erin and by Linda repeatedly to do so[[/note]] seems to have been intimidated into lying about Danny's whereabouts. As the investigation turns out, an Internal Affairs captain that had previously investigated Danny for a friendly-fire incident was among those who would have been outed as owing money to the bookie when the black book turned up. He framed Danny to get him out of the way, even proceeding to steal Danny's off-duty pistol to kill the bookie.
2nd Apr '17 12:02:17 PM nombretomado
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* [[{{Persona 2}} Sumaru City's]] police force seems to have a bit of a problem with these, to put it mildly. One of them is a boss battle in ''Eternal Punishment''.

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* [[{{Persona [[VideoGame/{{Persona 2}} Sumaru City's]] police force seems to have a bit of a problem with these, to put it mildly. One of them is a boss battle in ''Eternal Punishment''.
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