I am a New Yorker and have a few friends who are police officers. In conversation they have mentioned to me, that the NYPD has a policy of performing integrity checks, I come to understand the set up scenarios that place officers in compromising positions to evaluate their integrity. A scenerio may be something like a man approaches an officer on the street, hands them an envelope with cash or something valuable inside and says I found this, then runs off before the officer has a chance to get more info. Does he turn in the envelope? keep it, whatever it may be. I fabricating this scenario as I am not a police office, I am just communicating my understanding of it. My question though is, would you find this to be a valuable way of evaluating and/or prevent corruption in Congress?