Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice, 6th Edition / Edition 6 available in Paperback
A comprehensive resource that addresses the ethical implications of decision-making in the criminal justice field, including the police, court, and corrections systems.
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About the Author
Dr. Joycelyn Pollock has been a professor in the Department of Criminal Justice at Texas State University-San Marcos (formerly Southwest Texas State University) since 1993. She previously served as a probation and parole officer in the state of Washington and a program review specialist for the New York Department of Correctional Services. She taught law and criminology at the University of Turku, Finland, as a Fulbright fellow and conducted training in the areas of criminology, sexual harassment and ethics. Dr. Pollock's many published works include PRISON: TODAY AND TOMORROW; WOMEN, LAW, AND SOCIAL CONTROL; PRISONS AND PRISON LIFE: COSTS AND CONSEQUENCES; and MORALITY STORIES. She received a Ph.D. from the State University of New York at Albany and a J.D. from the University of Houston.
Table of Contents
1. Morality, Ethics, and Human Behavior. 2. Determining Moral Behavior. 3. Making Ethical Decisions. 4. The Origins and Concept of Justice. 5. Law and the Individual. 6. Ethics and the Criminal Justice Professional. 7. The Police Role in Society: Crime Fighter or Public Servant? 8. Corruption and the "Code." 9. Investigative Methods, Noble-Cause, and Reducing Police Corruption. 10. Ethics and Legal Professionals. 11. Justice and Judicial Ethics. 12. The Ethics of Punishment and Corrections. 13. Ethics and Institutional Corrections. 14. Ethics and Community Corrections. 15. Ethical Choices and the "War on Terror."
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