Yes, you will find that Argus Filch the caretaker supports Professor Umbridge.
Argus Filch have been wishing to use corporal punishment on the students for a long time, as Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets chapter 8 explains.
Harry had never been inside Filch's office before; it was a place most students avoided. The room was dingy and windowless, lit by a single oil lamp dangling from the low ceiling. […] A highly polished collection of chains and manacles hung on the wall behind Filch's desk. It was common knowledge that he was always begging Dumbledore to let him suspend students by their ankles from their ceiling.
Professor Umbridge finally allows that in Order of the Phoenix chapter 29:
‘Quickly, quickly!’ he hared a wheezy voice mutter right outside the office door. ‘Ah, she's left it open –’
Harry dived for the Invisibility Cloak and had just managed to pull it back over himself when Filch burst into the office. He looked absolutely delighted about something and was talking to himself feverishly as he crossed the room, pulled open a drawer in Umbridge's desk and began rifling through the papers inside it.
‘Approval for Whipping … Approval for Whipping … I can do it at last … they've had it coming to them for years …’
He pulled out a piece of parchment, kissed it, then shuffled rapidly back out the door, clutching it to his chest.
Harry leapt to his feet and, making sure he had his bag and that the Invisibility Cloak was completely covering him, he wrenched open the door and hurried out of the office after Filch, who was hobbling along faster than Harry had ever seen him go.
[Later, in the Entrance Hall where Fred and George are caught on wrongdoing.] Filch elbowed his way closer to Umbridge, almost crying with happiness.
‘I've got the form, Headmistress,’ he said hoarsely, waving the piece of parchment Harry had just seen him take from her desk. ‘I've got the form and I've got the whips waiting … oh, let me do it now …’
‘Very good, Argus,’ she said. ‘You two,’ she went on, gazing down at Fred and George, ‘are about to learn what happens to wrongdoers in my school.’