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ETHICS AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE: 

ETHICS AND THE ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE AJS 123 LEON R. KUTZKE, JD

REQUIRED TEXT: 

REQUIRED TEXT ETHICAL DILEMMAS AND DECISIONS IN CRIMINAL JUSTICE, 5TH EDITION, JOYCELYN M. POLLOCK, THOMSON WADSWORTH 2004.

WEB PAGE: 

WEB PAGE CGCC eport pages: http://eport.cgc.maricopa.edu/

ASSIGNMENTS: 

ASSIGNMENTS 10 Assignments worth 10 points each. Submit in class or by email before end of class day due (midnight of day due). May turn in late but points will be deducted for late work.

ATTENDANCE: 

ATTENDANCE Attendance means signing the attendance roster for each class period and being present for the full class period unless excused. An absence (including excused absences) may be made up by submitting an outline of the assigned chapter for the class missed due at next class session or by email. Limit two pages typed. 50 points are granted to students for attendance points. 10 points will be deducted for each absence after one absence. Up to 10 points may be restored by submitting an outline for that absence.

TESTS & GRADING: 

TESTS & GRADING Tests are multi choice and short answer. Two unit tests worth 100 points each. One final exam worth 200 points. Assignments = 100 points. Attendance = 50 points. Total Points = 550 points.

TESTS & GRADING: 

TESTS & GRADING Letter Grade Scale A = 495 + (90%) B = 440 – 494 (80%) C = 385 – 439 (70%) D = 225 – 384 (50%)

WHY STUDY ETHICS?: 

WHY STUDY ETHICS? Not all decisions are right or wrong. Public officials exercise broad discretion in making decisions that affect peoples lives and public safety. Laws and rules tend to state what is prohibited not what is right. Consideration of what one ought to do is what this course is about.

Slide9: 

………………………………… Ethics is a code of values which guides our choices and actions and determines the purpose and course of our lives Michael Joesphson Derived from Ayn Rand

Where do we learn ethical conduct?: 

Where do we learn ethical conduct? Criminal Culpability v. Moral Culpability Morality v. human behavior Moral judgments Ethical Issues v. Ethical Dilemmas Sources of Ethical/Moral Conduct?

Determining Moral Behavior: 

Determining Moral Behavior Deontological Concerned solely with the nature of the act. If act is inherently good then a good act regardless of outcome. Teleological Concerned with results. Act may look bad but if result is good then may be moral.

ETHICAL SYSTEMS: 

ETHICAL SYSTEMS FORMALISM UTILITARIANISM RELIGION NATURAL LAW ETHICS OF VIRTUE ETHICS OF CARE EGOISM

THEORIES OF MORAL DEVELOPMENT: 

THEORIES OF MORAL DEVELOPMENT BIOLOGICAL THEORIES LEARNING THEORY DEVELOPMENT THEORY

JUSTICE AND THE LAW: 

JUSTICE AND THE LAW DISTRIBUTIVE JUSTICE CORRECTIVE JUSTICE PARADIGMS OF LAW

ETHICS OF SOCIAL CONTROL: 

ETHICS OF SOCIAL CONTROL POLICE ROLE IN SOCIETY AUTHORITY AND POWER DISCRETION, DISCRIMINATION AND DUTY. CRIME FIGHTER OR PUBLIC SERVANT?

CORRUPTION: 

CORRUPTION TYPES OF CORRUPTION EXCESSIVE FORCE LOYALTY AND WHISTLE BLOWING DEVIANCE

LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES & ETHICS: 

LAW ENFORCEMENT PRACTICES & ETHICS NOBLE CAUSE CORRUPTION INVESTIGATIVE METHODS INTERROGATION MANAGEMENT ISSUES

ETHICS AND LEGAL PROFESSIONALS: 

ETHICS AND LEGAL PROFESSIONALS FIRST, LET’S KILL ALL THE LAWYERS… THE ATTORNEY – CLIENT RELATIONSHIP DEFENSE ATTORNEY’S RESPONSIBILITY

PROSECUTORS AND JUDGES: 

PROSECUTORS AND JUDGES USE OF DISCRETION CONFLICTS OF INTEREST PLEA BARGAINING MEDIA RELATIONS ZEALOUS PROSECUTION JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT

PUNISHMENT & CORRECTION: 

PUNISHMENT & CORRECTION RETRIBUTION? PREVENTION? HUMANE PUNISHMENT CAPITAL PUNISHMENT

CORRECTIONS ETHICS: 

CORRECTIONS ETHICS RELATIONSHIPS WITH INMATES USE OF FORCE CORRUPTION LOYALTY AND WHISTLE BLOWING CROSS SEX SUPERVISION CORRECTIONAL MANAGEMENT & UNIONS

CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY: 

CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICY LIBERALISM v. CONSERVATISM ETHICAL LEADERSHIP INDIVIDUAL DECISION MAKING WHY BE ETHICAL?

First Assignment: 

First Assignment Read Chapter 1 Do review questions Text p. 28. Turn in typed answers at next class.

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