Offering scenario-based training exercises centered on ethics, this workbook strives to reinforce 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. Now with a total of 75 scenario-based exercises, the workbook offers Ethical Encounters of varying levels and scenarios geared specifically to homeland security. Points to Ponder questions guide each activity as readers confront many of issues they will likely face during their career. Twenty new homeland security Ethical Encounters offer thought-provoking scenarios that reflect current homeland security issues. Keeps material up-to-date and covers the most pressing issues officers currently face. Higher-level Ethical Encounters encourage readers to consider issues that are not as straight-forward and do not have simple resolutions. Coverage of various forms of police deviance outlines behaviors to avoid during one’s professional career. Skilled police/corrections recruits and officers in the field.
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Provides realistic scenarios that encourage ethical behavior among police or corrections officers. Presents fifty real-life scenarios in "Ethical Encounters" which ask the best means of handling the situation and resolving the matter ethically. Provides fifty challenging ethical questions in "Points to Ponder" that prepare readers for the "Ethical Encounters" section. For example, a question might ask, "Would you follow a direct order from a supervisor if you believed the order was unethical or inappropriate?" Presents issues in "Contributing Factors" that contribute to why an officer may behave inappropriately. This gives the reader an overview enabling them to understand why officers may act unethically. An essential reference for every police officer and supervisor as well as every citizen concerned with ethical police behavior.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.
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Book Description Prentice Hall, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 3. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0132256495
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Book Description Pearson, 2007. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110132256495