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The '''Police of the United Kingdom''' kill ''far'' less people that the [[US Police]].
A 2011 report by [[Transparency International]] concluded that although corruption is not endemic, police corruption in UK is a much greater problem than recognised and that there was an inadequate response to its growing threat.<ref>http://www.transparency.org.uk/our-work/publications/15-publications/81-corruption-in-the-uk-overview-policy-recommendations</ref>
in 2015, [[Sara Thornton]], the head of the new [[National Police Chiefs' Council]] stated that while burglary was an important crime for police, police man not visit burglaries in future. Pointing to financial cuts, she added "think of the threat to our children from sexual offences, from sexual abuse, from online abuse, that's what we've got to prioritise."<ref>http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-33676308</ref>
In 2017, the first UK police force announced plans for a "24-hour police drone unit".<ref>http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4329714/Remote-controlled-flying-squad-chase-criminals.html</ref>