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Ethics in Law Enforcement


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This course will cover the "State of Society" from an ethics point of view, the manner in which adults learn, the importance of the phrase "Our Values are Primarily Caught, not Taught", the issue of "higher standards" of behavior for police, it will define "ethics", the "6 Pillars of Character", the "5 Principles of Ethical Policing", the use of "A.C.T." as a tool for making ethical choices, "Stakeholders" in a given ethical scenario, the "Ethics Check Questions" and "Ethical Choice Strategies", "Common Statements Neutralizing Ethical Conflict", strategies for creating a healthy ethical climate in an agency, the "5 P's of Ethical Power", the "Boiling Frog Syndrome", the nine step selection process for police officers, and its merit as a measure of ethical potential, the connection between police ethics and civil liability, the seven "Barriers to Responsibility", the three steps to "Creating a Supportive Ethical Environment", the three "Primary Ways to Prevent Corruption" in police agencies.
Any public safety practitioner preparing to lead ethics discussions in their agencies
Police Officers, Supervisors and Managers
Field Training Officers
Administrative Personnel
Public Safety (Fire/Police/EMS) Managers


Class ID: 1770
CEU's: 0.6
Tuesday, 8:00 am - 2:30 pm; 1 session starting April 22, 2014, ending April 22, 2014
Tuition: $59.00
Instructor: Chief Robert G. Pastula
Location: North Jackson High School , Meeting Room in Field House       Map
Registration Closes On: April 23, 2014 12:00 AM

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