I think those arguing about how common this is or what the percentages are are missing the point. 1 in a million is too many. Are we saying that if only 1 out of 100 cops do this its okay but if its i out of 25 its not? Im sorry but cops have to be held to a higher standard, If they arent willing to accept and comply with those standards then choose another line of work. Nobody is conscripted into being a cop. I think any incidence of this sort should be criminally and harshly prosecuted. Then say for arguments sake that 1 out of 50 cops would do something like this, this year, after the prosecutions and show trials maybe 1 out of 49 would next year. After that one is prosecuted, 1 out of 48 the next year and so on. Does anybody honestly think that these kind of actions by ordinary citizens would be tolerated on the basis of "its rare and isolated"?