Morality in Criminal Justice An Introduction to Ethics

ISBN-10: 0534221165

ISBN-13: 9780534221164

Edition: 1995

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List price: $99.95
Copyright year: 1995
Publisher: Wadsworth
Publication date: 8/16/1994
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 624
Size: 7.50" wide x 9.25" long x 1.00" tall
Weight: 2.046
Language: English

D'Arcy Rheault was born in Timmins, Ontario, Canada in 1963.D'Arcy is also known by his traditional name Ishpeming'enzaabid (He-who-sees-from-a-high-place). He is a non-status member of the Anishinaabe Nation (Om�miwininiwak/Algonquin) and French-Canadian and belongs to the Bizhiw Doodem (Lynx Clan).D'Arcy earned a B.A. in Philosophy, (with a concentration in Eastern Philosophy) in 1993 from Brock University (St. Catharines, Ontario). He did his graduate work at Trent University (Peterborough, Ontario) in Native Studies and received an M.A. in 1998. D'Arcy's areas of interest are Aboriginal philosophical traditions, time, identity, ethics, ceremonialism, physics and artificial intelligence.D'Arcy's teaching career includes a course directorship, co-lectureships and teaching assistantships at Brock University, Trent University and York University (Toronto, Ontario) as well as an instructor at Sir Sanford Fleming College in Peterborough, Ontario.

Introduction to Ethics in Criminal Justice
Ethical Relativity and Ethical Absolutism
What Utilitarianism Is
The Categorical Imperative
Morality Versus Slogans
Due Process
The Rule of Law
Rochin v. California (U.S. Supreme Court)
Crime Control and Due Process
Due Process-How Much Is Enough?
Duty to Intervene: An Officer's Dilemma
The Individual: Discretion and Decision-Making
Criminal Investigation and the Classical Application of Ethics
Toward a New Code of Police Ethics
How Structural Variables Constrain the Parole Officer's Use of Discretionary Powers
Learning Police Ethics
The Philosophy of Loyalty
Whistleblowing and Employee Loyalty
The Moral Status of Loyalty
Whistleblowing in Corrections
Blue Lies and Police Placebos
Deception by Police
Police Lies and Perjury: A Motivation-Based Taxonomy
Training Key #254: Police Corruption (International Association of Chiefs of Police)
Patterns of Prison Corruption
Police Corruption
The Informal ''Code'' of Police Deviancy: A Group Approach to ''Blue-Coat Crime''
Should We Tell the Police to Say ''Yes'' to Gratuities?
The Dirty Harry Problem
Tennessee v. Garner (U.S. Supreme Court)
The Victimization of Prisoners by Staff Members
Tolerating Illegal Use of Force Against Inmates
Hudson v. McMillian (U. S. Supreme Court)
Two Concepts of Rules
The Death Sentence
How to Argue About the Death Penalty
Prison Guards and Snitches: Social Control in a Maximum Security Institution
Race, Gender, and Discrimination
Being Black in America
Barriers to Equality: The Power of Subtle Discrimination to Maintain Unequal Opportunity
Reverse Discrimination as Unjustified
A Defense of Programs of Preferential Treatment
What Is Wrong with Reverse Discrimination?
The Institution: Criminal Justice Administration
A Proposed Bill of Rights
Discretionary Decision-Making in the Administration of Justice
A Vignette on Loyalty: The Rehabilitative Ideal and Corruption in Prison Administration
Ethics and the Realities of Life: Surviving the Vortex
The Vortex
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