Ever since law enforcement was first practised, there has been and still is a problem with corruption. If a rich person got caught committing a crime, then the rich person of ancient times gave a coin purse full of gold and the guards looked the other way as that rich person gets away with his crime. Now, a rich person just needs to give a stack of $100 bills and that police officer will drop all the charges. I want to know by nation, what percentage of cops are corrupt and only serve the dollar and not the law? My guesses are: In the developing nations, corruption is 9 out of every 10 officer. In some developed countries like Italy and Turkey, 6-7 out of every 10 cops In the U.S., perhaps 4-6 out of every 10 cops In the U.K., perhaps 4-5 out of every 10 cops In the rest of the developed world, 2-4 out of every 10 cops I know that in the U.S., U.K., and Italy, cops have a low income, so, corruption is rampant because of that. If policemen were paid more, corruption would be reduced by a third or by half. Your thoughts?