Discussion on Chinese Public Security Organs’ Anti-Corruption Campaign

Dongfang CHEN


In a market economy, there are many problems in public security organs, such as the commercialization of police powers, serious attitudes of entitlement among police officers, strong acquisitiveness and so on. The main root causes include a missing of principle of having a policy for the public interest, missing core values of the People’s Police, and lack of oversight mechanisms on police powers. To solve these problems, we should strengthen education, establish a good concept of law enforcement, curb corruption desire, improve the supervision mechanism, build a corruption defense line, preferentially treat police, and enhance police officers’ awareness of anti-corruption so as to improve the anti-corruption campaign in public security organs.


China; Public security organs; Anti-corruption

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