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Mini Research Paper

Corruption in Society

Type of Corruption

Corruption can be found in every sector of our society today. Corruption is a serious problem which has led to many death, embezzlement and fraud changes. In this research paper the various type of type of corruption in our society will be highlighted.
It is obvious that corruption in our society is at all time high and something needs to be done. This can only be done through careful planning and penalty for people caught in such a devious.

Local Government Corruption

Police Corruption

Church Corruption

Corruption: An act done with intent to give some advantage inconsistent with official duty and the rights of others
Local government:  The government of a specific local area constituting a subdivision of a major political unit
Police: A body of persons making up such a department trained in methods of law enforcement and crime prevention and detection and authorized to maintain the peace, safety, and order of the community
Church: A building for public and especially Christian worship

The local government in any country is one the most susceptible area in government to be corrupted. Why the ones are put in charge and make the laws always end up being the ones breaking them?
A group of New York state legistrator is a perfect example of corruption in a local government, where as group of them were accused of blackmailing several major cooperation through a method knows as the cavalry method.

How often have you heard in the news broadcast Government Minister charged for embezzlement or missed management of funs?
In Jamaica the former Junior Minister of Energy and his associate were arrest for misuse of government power and corruption. The Cuban government gave bulb to the country. It was to save the country $169 million but instead it end up cost $275 million. How long will we allow these same people who we elected...

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