I expect that most Victorians have seen in the news in the last few days about Vic Police faking the number of breath tests they do in order to keep up with allocated quotas. As a result, the road safety authority is pulling $millions out of coppers' coffers because they didn't actually do anywhere near as many random tests as they reported.
All that results in 'heads will roll' statements from the top saying they will punish the guilty bastards.
This is nowhere near the fault of the cop on the beat who is expected to meet unrealistic quotas. It is the fault of management who have no idea of what the foot soldiers have to contend with. A far too large proportion of police officers' time is taken up with reporting of the mundane daily activities they all are expected to perform. If they didn't have to write so much about it, they could do a lot more real policing. They could even re-catch some of the bastard crims that the courts keep letting back out onto the streets.
There should not be any quotas at all for speeding, drug and alcohol tests, or catching crims (at all levels). Just train the coppers on what they are expected to do and let them out on the streets to do their job. Of course there'll be some bludgers but it's up to their immediate management to catch them out. Playing numbers games is not the answer.