Transparency International has released its annual report on corruption perceptions in 176 countries around the world, available here. The index incorporates multiple data sources about public sector corruption, including but not limited to police. Somalia remains in last place with Denmark and New Zealand tied for first. From 2015 to 2016, more countries declined than improved.
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