Corruption best stopped when still incipient

  • 2005-10-12
  • Interview by Liivi Sandy
Estonia's police force is undergoing one of its worst crises in the past 15 years. An intense internal investigation led to 18 criminal violations by police officers. The breadth of corruption was staggering, and many police commanders are bracing themselves for even worse developments. Raivo Aeg, Estonia's recently appointed national police commissioner, has found himself at the center of an ethical storm. He agreed to share with The Baltic Times his thoughts on what the scandal has done to the country's law enforcement agency and how top police officers intend to tackle the seven-headed h...
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