I had the idea of passing a federal law which requires federal judges to sentence any law enforcement officers ot federal agents who are convicted of federal crimes to the maximum allowed sentence, and prohibits parole being given. It would apply to any type of corruption, as well as any illegal assaults, wrongful death, etc, that an officer may be convicted of. Basically, if the office committs a crime in the line of duty, and they are convicted, they get no parole, and they have to serve the maximum sentence that the law allows. That means an officer who murders someone gets manditory death penalty. I would also like to see a law which bans officers convicted of corruption, or other crimes in the line of duty from getting a pension. As well as one which makes lying for an officer who is suspected of a crime a felony, even if it turns out the officer wasn't guilty. If one cop is suspected of a crime, whether they are guilty or not, an another officer lies to investigators in order to protect that officer, the officer who lied would be charged with a felony.