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Table of Contents 1 Introduction 2 Defining Drugs 3 Drug Use Misconceptions 4Drugs and Corruption 5 Corruption 6 Drugs Police Corruption 7 Conclusion 8 Reference Page Introduction Drug abuse is prevalent in our society It hurts our nation as a whole however when police are evolved it erodes the trust that they will protect and serve Police corruption is a problem that has and will continue to affect us all whether we are civilians or law enforcement officers Since its beginnings may aspects of policing have changed however one aspect that has remained relatively unchanged is the existence of corruption Police corruption has increased dramatically with the illegal cocaine trade with officers acting alone or in-groups to steal money from dealers or distribute cocaine themselves Castaneda Ruben 11 Police corruption and drugs are topics that need to be addressed Efforts to improve our society must first start with police In exploring drugs and corruption this research paper will discuss the issues of drugs and corruption as it relates to police Definition of Drugs Drugs play a negative part in every day life It also affects the lives of many Drugs have become widely recognized as a social and economical problem that affects society as a whole Drugs such as heroine cocaine barbiturates cocaine marijuana amphetamines and alcohol are harmful By using these types of drugs it not only affects society but the users as well In looking at drugs we must first define the word drug What does this word mean According to the Merriam Webster Medical Dictionary drugs can defined as any substance other than food which by chemical nature affects the structure or function of the living organism Merriam 2000 Drug
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