First the bad news.
Last year saw 433 police officers punished for misconduct. The reasons were varied, but coming in at number one was violating road traffic laws. This claimed 84 officers. Slightly more interesting was the second most popular activity. Namely, undermining public trust by misconduct related to drinking and sexual affairs. A whopping 77 officers were found guilty of this, but sadly details of each individual case weren’t released. And taking the third spot was theft, fraud, and embezzlement. Managing a fairly respectable 64.
As far as the good news is concerned, the total number of officers punished was down 135 from the previous year. That’s about it.