Law Enforcement Ethics: Classic and Contemporary Issuesby Brian D Fitch SAGE Publications, Inc
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•Featured essays are written by authors with diverse, real-world experiences, with contributions from agency supervisors, managers, and police chiefs from municipal police departments, state police departments, and federal agencies. Contributing authors work in a variety of fields including criminal justice, law, medicine, political science, psychology, sociology, and ethics.
•Several unique and timely topics are explored in great depth, including police misconduct (Ch. 6), Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (Ch. 10), use of force (Ch. 11), cheating during promotional exams (Ch. 13), and best practices in developing nations (Ch. 16).
•Chapter-opening introductory stories—often on timely topics seen on the news—highlight key topics and lay the foundation for discussion and analyses that follow.
•Chapter-ending study questions help students to think, research, and discuss the major learning objectives for each chapter, and can be used as assignments, small-group discussion topics, or to stimulate critical in-class discussions.
Chapter 1 - Law Enforcement: An Introduction J.J. Klaver
Chapter 2 - Psychological Evaluations of Law Enforcement Applicants: The Search for Ethical Officers Ana M. Gamez and Gary G. Collins
Chapter 3 - Rhetoric Versus Reality: Why Ethics Training Fails – And What Can Be Done To Fix It Brian D. Fitch, Christine H. Jones, Luann P. Pannell
Chapter 4 - The Role of Supervision in Motivating and Maintaining a Culture of Ethics Brian D. Fitch, Randy B. Means, Gregory Seidel
Chapter 5 - Ethics and Accountability: Policy and Oversight in the United Kingdom Attilio R. Grandai
Chapter 6 - Police Misconduct: Weakness of the Will Theron L. Bowman and Daniel T. Primozic
Chapter 7 - Bad Apple or Bad Barrel: Social Learning Theory as a Paradigm for Understanding Law Enforcement Misconduct Brian D. Fitch and Christine H. Jones
Chapter 8 - Ethics, Enforcement, and the Prospect of Professionalism Aaron D. Conley and Bryon G. Gustafson
Chapter 9 - The Psychology of Marginality Paul T. Zipper and Tina Adams
Chapter 10- Psychological and Neurophysiological Correlates, Determinants, and Predictors of Misconduct in Law Enforcement Officers With Subclinical Amir Hamidi and Patrick M.Koga
Chapter 11 - Ethics in Police Use of Force: Duty, Principle, and Morality Kevin A. Elliott and Joycelyn M. Pollock
Chapter 12 - Law Enforcement Interrogations: An Ethical Perspective James L. Ruffin
Chapter 13 - Law Enforcement Promotional Practices: The Ultimate Test of Ethics Alexandro Villamueva
Chapter 14 - Henry Louis Gates and Racial Profiling: What's the Problem? Bernard E. Harcourt
Chapter 15 - Leading Within the Era of Superagencies: Recruiting, Educating, Inspiring, and Retaining the Post 9/11 Generation of Officers Kelly W. Sunberg
Chapter 16 -Implementing Democratic Policing Reform: Challenges and Constraints in Developing Countries Cyndi Banks
Chapter 17 - The Tarnished Badge: The Effects of Off-duty Misconduct David Massey
Chapter 18 - Public Information in the Age of Youtube: Citizen Journalism and the Expanding Scope of Police Accountability Jarret Lovell