Almost 100 police officers are suspended on suspicion of corruption every year, according to figures released under the Freedom of Information Act.
Documents handed to the MailOnline show a total of 460 officers have faced investigation in the last five years. Instances include selling information, hacking into police computers and interfering with criminal probes.
The force with the most suspended officers was London Metropolitan Police, where 119 officers and 67 other employees have been relieved of their duties during a corruption probe since 2009.
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