Already undergoing federally mandated reform, Puerto Rico’s police department faces an overhaul after a new wave of arrests in an agency widely accused of corruption and other abuses.

The restructuring was announced after FBI agents arrested 10 police officers Tuesday for allegedly stealing drugs and cash, planting evidence and taking bribes. A lieutenant and sergeant were among those detained in the latest round of arrests targeting the U.S. territory’s troubled police department.

Police Chief Jose Caldero said that among other things he would reorganize anti-drug units and require polygraph tests for officers.

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