This paper is supposed to be about the reflections of ethical impact

 

Unit 10

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  • REFLECTIONS ON ETHICAL IMPACT
    INTRODUCTION
    Wrong and right dilemma concept with man legs from above standing on signs.
    • Competency 1: Dissect criminal justice ethical issues and practices.
    • Competency 2: Apply human rights standards.
    • Competency 3: Compare different ethics systems in a criminal justice community and leadership context.
    • Competency 4: Articulate how personal biases affect ethical approaches to criminal justice dilemmas.
    • Competency 5: Communicate effectively in writing.
    • MAKING ETHICAL CHOICES
      Character is the bedrock of our ethical foundation. If character is alterable, then our ethical foundation can shift as well. So the decision making we do in our everyday lives needs ongoing maintenance and review. This prevents bias, prejudice, and neglect.TOGGLE DRAWERREAD FULL INTRODUCTIONOBJECTIVES
      To successfully complete this learning unit, you will be expected to:
    1. Compare different ethics systems in a criminal justice community and leadership context.
    2. Articulate how personal biases affect ethical approaches to criminal justice dilemmas.
    3. Explore the ethics of a good law enforcement officer performing a bad act.
    4. Differentiate ethics systems in criminal justice.
    5. Articulate your definitions of an ethical and an unethical law enforcement officer or criminal justice professional.
    6. Analyze the ethics of misrepresenting oneself during an undercover law enforcement action.
    7. Dissect criminal justice ethical issues and practices.
    8. Apply human rights standards.
    9. Compare different ethics systems in a criminal justice community and leadership context.
    10. Articulate how personal biases affect ethical approaches to criminal justice dilemmas.
    11. Communicate effectively in writing.
  • LEARNING ACTIVITIESCollapse All
  • Toggle Drawer[U10S1] UNIT 10 STUDY 1
    STUDIES
    READINGS
    In your Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice text, read the following:
    • Chapter 14, “Making Ethical Choices,” pages 432–470.
    • FILMS ON DEMAND VIDEO
    • View Teaching Ethics.
      • Ethics engage a fair amount of systematic analysis. In this video, explore key issues in ethics, such as the legal, financial, and ethical implications of the decisions.
    • OPTIONAL INTERNET RESOURCES
      The following Web resources may be useful for your activities in this unit:
    • Brown University. (n.d.). A framework for making ethical decisions.
    • Reamer, F. G. (2002). Eye on ethics. Social Work Today.
    • Papenfuhs, S. (n.d.). Training to think. PoliceOne.com.
  • Toggle Drawer[U10A1] UNIT 10 ASSIGNMENT 1
    CONNECTING YOUR LEARNING
    COMPETENCIES ADDRESSED IN THIS ASSIGNMENT
    • Competency 1: Dissect criminal justice ethical issues and practices.
    • Competency 2: Apply human rights standards.
    • Competency 3: Compare different ethics systems in a criminal justice community and leadership context.
    • Competency 4: Articulate how personal biases affect ethical approaches to criminal justice dilemmas.
    • Competency 5: Communicate effectively in writing.
    • OVERVIEW
      Throughout the course, you have analyzed the ethical dimension of policing practice, examined the basis for personal and professional ethics, and reviewed the guidance provided by professional codes of practice and human rights standards. Your study of the ethical principles and how they are applied in a policing context highlighted the major ethical problems, such as discrimination, corruption, deception, racial profiling, and use of excessive force.INSTRUCTIONS
      For this assignment, prepare a 4–6-page paper (1–1.5 pages per competency for Competencies 1 through 4), focused on the course competencies and address two key areas of learning for each competency. Competency 5 will be showcased through your coverage of Competencies 1–4.Ensure that this paper showcases your learning proficiency and describes the importance of your learning relative to application in a career context.REQUIREMENTS
      Your paper should meet the following requirements:
    • Written communication: Must be free of errors that detract from the overall message.
    • References: Include one reference per competency.
    • APA formatting: Format resources and citations as per current APA style and formatting guidelines.
    • Length of paper: 4–6 pages (1–1.5 pages per competency for Competencies 1 through 4), not including the title page or the references page.
    • Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.
    • You are required to submit a draft of your paper to SafeAssign. Once you review your results and make any needed changes, submit your paper for grading.Be sure to review the Connecting Your Learning Scoring Guide to ensure you understand the criteria for this assignment.Portfolio Prompt: This assignment should be placed in your ePortfolio for future reference, and to demonstrate your learning connections for future employment purposes.Note: Your instructor may also use the Writing Feedback Tool to provide feedback on your writing. In the tool, click the linked resources for helpful writing information.RESOURCES
    • Connecting Your Learning Scoring Guide.

This paper is supposed to be about the reflections of ethical impact and breaking down the entire justice system