“Police Corruption in Cameroon and Uganda…” critically examines the extent of corruption in the police in Cameroon and Uganda as well as the impact of police corruption and what best practices on anti-corruption measures in the police can be identified in Cameroon and Uganda. The work also looks at the correlation between corruption, policing and human rights. This study relies significantly on secondary data gathered from the library such as books, articles, case law, international and domestic instruments and internet sources. The write up is equally informed by the writer's experience from both countries. Interviews and focus group discussions give more authenticity to the work. The work concludes by proposing the putting of efforts/resources into fighting corruption in the police in the meantime and ultimately using a sane police in a holistic fight against corruption since a corrupt police will ultimately get drown in the corruption fight.