Philosophical and Practical Approach for Balancing Issues
Before writing your position statement on Philosophical and Practical Approach for Balancing Issues, you should read Chapters 1 through 11 in your textbook title “Ethics, Crime, and Criminal Justice” Second Edition by Christopher R. Williams and Bruce A. Arrigo. Then, research at least three (3) peer-reviewed articles about individual rights, morality, ethics, individual rights, duty, or codes of conduct for criminal justice professionals.
Write a 4 pages paper in which you:
Create a philosophy and approach for balancing the issues of individual right and the public’s protection. Provide one to two (1 to 2) examples illustrating how you will balance the two issues in your own career in law enforcement.
Determine a philosophy and approach for balancing the use of reward and punishment in criminal justice. Provide one to two (1 to 2) examples illustrating how you will use this philosophy in your own career.
Select a philosophy and approach that addresses the use of immoral means (e.g. torture or lying in interrogation) to accomplish desirable ends. Provide one to two (1-2) examples illustrating how you will use this philosophy in you own career.
Explain what you believe the Ethics of Care and Peacemaking Criminology presented in your textbook should mean for law enforcement professionals.
Support your position statement with three (3) relevant and credible, documented according to latest edition of APA. (Note: Do not use open source sites such as Ask.com, eHow.com, Answers.com and Wikipedia)
Assignment must follow the formatting requirements
Betyped, double spaced, using Times New Roman font (size 12), wit
one-inch margins on all sides: citations and references must follow APA
format. Include a cover page developed in accordance with the latest
edition of APA, including a running head, page number, the title of
assignment, the student’s name, the professor name, the course title,
and the date.
Individual right is the principle that defines the freedom of a person to conduct any action in the society of a given nation. The main fundamental right of any human being in any nation is the right to life. All other rights are the supporters and strengtheners of this righ………………………………