My understanding of the theme is that the WJF is supposed to be / could be a check to corporate power.
My experience has been that the WJF and corporate security forces seem to enjoy a very friendly relationship with each other.
I think that I understand that thematically the WJF was modeled after Judge Dredd. Because of that they have the mandate of being the ultimate combat badasses who fear nothing and demand utmost deference to their authority. While that is cool and all, I would like to see more nuance.
I believe that the theme and game dynamics would be better if the WJF had to walk the fine line between being perceived as acting to balance corporate power / exploitation of the masses, while at the same time maintaining their aura of authority such that Mixers do not rise up.
As it stands right now, it seems like there are two tiers of corporate oppressor. Corporations. And the WJF. In that regard, doing crime topside is doubly dangerous.
I would like to see the WJF less involved in supporting corporations and more antagonistic to them. Essentially adopting an attitude along the lines of "We're out here keeping the oppressed masses from tearing you limb from limb, all so that you corporate assholes can squeeze a few extra chy out of next quarter's earnings."
An example of that could be as simple as the WJF scolding corporate citizens who make it a habit of being shitty to Mixers on PubSIC. "Tone it down a bit unless you want to fined for starting a riot and undermining judicial authority."
The WJF could audit and investigate side businesses that corporate PCs are running. "We see that you've been using your security technician license to install restricted technology for non-corporate citizens." or whatever.
Or the WJF tells corpsec, "It was our pleasure to assist with dispersing the riot in front of your facility. Here is the 100Kc bill for our services, payable within one week. Obey the Law."