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What differentiates police crime from crimes committed by police officers?

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A police crime is where the police abuse their power (state organised crime), occupational crime corruption. It is referred to as Trusted white collar crime. The history of police crime is long and varied, involving violations of constitutional rights excessive use of force and related illegal acts to fulfill department objectives both state and federal.
Whereas crimes committed by police are acts against people, abuse murder and assault. they are related to personal injury.
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