Looking at how easy it is to be considered an accomplice by the justice system, I was wondering why the same standards are not applied to police departments. If an officer is breaking the law, surely other cops know about it and would they not be considered accomplices? We always here about the "Brotherhood", the "Code", and what happens to cops who "rat" out other cops. I would make the case that almost all cops are dirty simply because they know which cops are dirty and which ones aren't yet they say and do nothing to stop the dirty cops. This would make them accomplices would it not? We all know in the places we work who does what and who says what, and it is the same for them. The good cops know who the bad cops are and yet they do nothing. This makes the good cops bad cops, and that makes all cops bad cops. input?