Study Guide 3060-01
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Study Guide 0 Goal of utilitarianism 0 Consequences are deemed moral based on the quot doctrine 0 Happiness of self and pain for others LKant and the Categorical Imperative o Rational choice 0 Responsibility to societal rules oJudgement based on social consensus LEthics shaped by 3 main frameworks 0 Personal sense ofjustice 0 Social context ofjustice 0 Criminal justice sense ofjustice LThe oPeel s Principles 0Era in policing 0 Political o Reform 0 Community policing iPolitical era oA period of increasing urbanization industrialization and escalating crime 0 Alderman system of policing Disorganized Lack of true supervision Bribery o No personnel standards 0 Reform era 0 investigation of ethical issues in criminal justice system 0 August Volmer amp the Progressives Father of police professionalism Advocated training and education extended exclusionary rule to states created the idea of court appointed lawyers gave the right to detainquestion for reasonable suspicion LCommunity Policing era 0 Neighborhood watch gained momentum in US in the 19805 0 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement was passed in 1994 0 Basic tenets IO Foot patrol I Community centers Outreach strategies
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