5 edition of Teaching Criminal Justice Ethics found in the catalog.
Teaching Criminal Justice Ethics
by Anderson Pub Co
Written in English
|Contributions||John Kleinig (Editor), Margaret Leland Smith (Editor), John Kleining (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||248|
"Ethics courses are a vital component of forensic science degree programs, and Ethical Justice is a resource specifically designed for instructors and students of forensic science and criminology. Case-based, and emphasizing practical ethical issues as opposed to ethics theory, this book provides a solid foundation in ethical dilemmas that can. Description. Based on author John Sloan's thirty years of teaching ethics--and on conversations with, and research conducted on--police officers, prosecutors, defense counsel, judges, and corrections professionals, Criminal Justice Ethics: A Framework for Analysis offers students a framework for analyzing ethical issues involving criminal justice practitioners.
I originally purchased this book as required reading for a Masters class in Criminal Justice Ethics and just finished it. Banks does a great job of underscoring most of the topics you'd expect to study with regard to ethics in this context including: the nature of policing excessive force by police, sex offender laws, prosecutors and the way they view ethics, torture of terrorism suspects, the /5(10). Professional Ethics in Criminal Justice helps readers recognize ethical decisions and provides the framework for analyzing ethical dilemmas.. The three major ethical schools of thought—virtue, formalism, and utilitarianism—are presented early, in a clear way to capture the philosophical underpinnings of modern ethics without overwhelming readers (see Chapters 2, 3, and 4).Format: Website.
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Criminal Justice Ethics, Fourth Edition examines the criminal justice system through an ethical lens by identifying ethical issues in practice and theory, exploring ethical dilemmas, and offering suggestions for resolving ethical issues and dilemmas faced by criminal justice professionals. Bestselling author Cyndi Banks draws readers into a unique discussion of ethical issues by exploring moral dilemmas faced by professionals in the criminal justice /5(26).
: Ethics in Criminal Justice Education (The Teaching of ethics) (): Sherman, Lawrence W.: Books. Ethics in Criminal Justice: In Search of the Truth, Fifth Edition, provides an introduction to the fundamentals of ethical theory, doctrines, and controversies, and the rules of moral judgment.
It presents ethics as an “umbrella of civility” under which the law becomes more meaningful and rational, and easier to obey. Based on author John Sloan's thirty years of teaching ethics--and on conversations with, and research conducted on--police officers, prosecutors, defense counsel, judges, and corrections professionals, Criminal Justice Ethics: A Framework for Analysis offers students a framework for analyzing ethical issues involving criminal justice practitioners.
The text concludes with Part 6, which examines ethical issues in a broad professional sense with respect to professional organizations and l Justice: Applied Issues for Criminal Justice Students and Professionals is intended for use as a textbook at the college and university, by undergraduate students enrolled in a program related to any of the CJ professions.
Book Description. It is essential for those employed within the justice system to be able to competently and confidently work at the borders between ethics and the law.
Criminal Justice Ethics offers a fresh new approach to considering ethical issues in a criminal justice context. Rather than simply offering a range of ethical dilemmas specific. ‘Hayes’ Criminal Justice Ethics text offers instructors of Undergraduate criminal justice ethics courses the ability to provide students with a dynamic understanding of ethics by illustrating its evolution throughout humanity and how that history has informed ethical principles within the field of criminal justice.’.
His teaching areas include: Criminal Investigations, Serial Offenders, Forensic Victimology, Criminal Profiling, and Ethics in Criminal Justice. Stan has a Ph.D., MBA, and BS. He is the President of the International Association of Forensic Criminologists and the past president of the Cobb County Law Enforcement Association.
We suggest that a justifiable aim in teaching ethics is to engage students in a serious dialogue concerning how they should conduct their lives as they embark on their careers. If a model for teaching ethics can accomplish this, it also might make students more by: A separate ethics course as part of the degree requirements would allow the instructor the opportunity to identify and develop concepts that run through the criminal justice system.
Concepts such as authority, discretion, law, individual liberties and punishment, cynicism, and public service can be dealt with in a manner that ties the system Cited by: Criminal Justice Ethics.
Criminal Justice Ethics examines the criminal justice system through an ethical lens by identifying ethical issues in practice and theory, exploring ethical dilemmas, and offering suggestions for resolving ethical issues and dilemmas faced by criminal justice professionals.
The primary use of this book will be for students, but anyone wishing to think through ethical issues in criminal justice will find it a useful and honest exposition of the liberal democratic (but realistic) ethical standpoint which continues largely to define the parameters of policy debate.'Cited by: Kathleen Bailey & James David Ballard, Teaching Ethics to Criminal Justice Students - PhilPapers This paper describes what could be labeled “best practices” in teaching ethics to those entering the criminal justice, criminology and related professional fields.
The underlying focus of the discussion is on Sign in | Create an accountAuthor: Kathleen Bailey, James David Ballard.
Criminal justice educators share a common set of ethical responsibilities towards their employers, colleagues, students, and fiats of scholarship. They are a professional guide, charged with ushering their student towards professionalism, letting them know what to expect and how to behave, all the while explaining the rules that must be followed.
The editors of Teaching Criminal Justice Ethics: Strategic Issues address these and related questions and concerns using relevant research and academic analysis.
Many of the questions addressed and answered - often from both sides of the issue so that readers may choose remain important for law enforcement practitioners, academy trainers, and executive managers alike.
The book is not a proscriptive manifesto of what criminal justice ethics should be, but an invitation for students to debate what criminal justice ethics are, while stressing the importance of individual ethics and morality.
An introduction on ethical reasoning and ethics pedagogy is followed by sections on the nature of criminal guilt, law Availability: Available. Criminal Justice Ethics is an excellent text that provides the necessary tools for effective learning to the next generation of leaders.” David Baker I have found that this book is all-encompassing and ideal for teaching the subject of ethics in the CJ : SAGE Publications.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Teaching criminal justice ethics. Cincinnati, OH: Anderson Pub. Co., © (OCoLC) Document Type. Addressing the ethical misconduct often associated with the criminal justice system requires a better understanding of existing models of criminal justice ethics education.
Based on a month mixed methods study of 48 students in a criminal justice. Annotation: Following a discussion of the need for the teaching of ethics in criminal justice education, this book considers the aims of ethics, how to fit ethics in a curriculum, the scope of ethical problems, ethical frameworks, and teaching issues for ethics.
The book draws readers into an engaging ethics discourse through vivid portrayals of dilemmas that professionals in the criminal justice system often encounter, followed by a thorough examination Author: Cyndi Banks.In this book, you will examine the moral and ethical issues that exist within law enforcement.
This book will also familiarize you with the basic history, principles, and theories of ethics. These concepts will then be applied to the major components of the criminal justice system: policing, the courts, and corrections.
Discussion will focus on personal values, individual responsibility /5(5).Criminal Justice Ethics, Fourth Edition examines the criminal justice system through an ethical lens by identifying ethical issues in practice and theory, exploring ethical dilemmas, and offering suggestions for resolving ethical issues and dilemmas faced by criminal justice professionals.
Bestselling author Cyndi Banks draws readers into a unique discussion of ethical issues by exploring /5(21).