The Authority Figure is often an example of how "evil" is defined in terms of context. These three characters above are perfect examples. The Authority Figure represents opposition to a character's free will. This type of character excels in a wide variety of genres, but often are more prevalent in comedies and dramas.
Edna is a minor character in Bully and a rather stereotypical example of a school lunch lady, like many members of staff she is also a minor villain - though never poses a threat to Jimmy Hopkins: from their first encounter Edna shows herself to be a disgusting and unlikeable woman, violating several health and safety laws whilst deliberately coughing/spitting into the food of students and smoking.
Corrupt Officials take many forms; they may be world leaders or powerful businessmen who act criminal or they may be judges, chiefs, executives, officers, entrepreneurs, teachers, principals, or police officers (including agents and detectives) who abuse their position for their own selfish gains.
The Criminal. Examples: Clyde Barrow & Bonnie Parker — Bonnie and Clyde. Tom Powers — The Public Enemy. Tony Camonte — Scarface. Frank Lucas — American Gangster. James Conway, Henry Hill, and Tommy DeVito — Goodfellas. The Criminal is just that… a criminal. They often broadly represent villains that are in it for money and power.