Enforcing Ethics: A Scenario-Based Workbook for Police & Corrections Recruits and Officers / Edition 4 available in Paperback
ENFORCING ETHICS: A SCENARIO-BASED WORKBOOK FOR POLICE & CORRECTIONS RECRUITS AND OFFICERS, 4/e uses 85 “ethical encounter” case study exercises to promote equitable, effective, and ethical behavior among law enforcement. Its fundamental purpose is to encourage skilled police/corrections recruits and officers to think critically and carefully about their actions, their decisions, and their values. It teaches through the coherent “Ethics” framework, showing how officer behavior is shaped by Environment, Training, Home life; Individual beliefs; Citizens; and Stress. This edition adds ten new ethical scenarios designed to promote dialogue and critical thinking about drug-related matters, financial concerns, traffic offenses, socializing, and other key issues. It also contains an entirely new chapter on high-profile cases and their lessons; and significantly more coverage of the consequences of unethical behavior.
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About the Author
Debbie J. Goodman, M.S., is the Chairperson of the School of Justice at Miami Dade College in Miami, FL. She is the published author of: Report It in Writing, Florida Crime and Justice, The Search and Seizure Handbook, The Criminal Justice Reality Reading Series, and Work in Criminal Justice. In addition, she is the Series Editor for Prentice Hall's PACTS: Police And Corrections Training Series. She was honored in 2002 and 2005 by Who's Who Among America's College Instructors as one of the nation's most talented college instructors. She is an adjunct professor for Florida International University's School of Public Affairs.
Table of Contents
1. Exploring Ethics
2. An Ethics Discussion
3. Contributing Factors
4. Ethical Encounters (Scenarios 1–85)
5 Noteworthy Cases
6. Points to Ponder and Discuss
7. Where Do We Go from Here?
8. Answer Guide to Scenarios
Appendix A. Law Enforcement Code of Ethics
Appendix B. American Correctional Association Code of Ethics