Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice
This text is designed to introduce students to ethical decision-making in the criminal justice system. Its greatest strengths are its balanced coverage of 1) all three segments of the CJ system-police, courts, and corrections-and 2) both philosophical principles/theories and hands-on criminal justice issues and applications.
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Morality Ethics and Human Behavior
Determining Moral Behavior
Making Ethical Decisions
The Origins and Concept of Justice
Law and the Individual
Ethics and the Criminal Justice Professional
The Police Role in Society Crime Fighter or Public Servant?
Corruption and the Code
Ethics and Legal Professionals
Table of Cases
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