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Character and cops : ethics in policing

eBook, English, 2011
AEI Press, Washington, D.C., 2011
1 online resource (xxiv, 598 s.)
9780844772240, 9780844772257, 9780844772264, 0844772240, 0844772259, 0844772267
Print version:
Foreword to the Sixth Edition, David R. BoresForeword to the First Edition, Patrick V. MurphyAcknowledgmentsChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: Excellence of CharacterChapter 3: The Mission of PoliceChapter 4: The Public Trust and ProbityChapter 5: DiscretionChapter 6: Public Corruption for ProfitChapter 7: Authority and Reform in Controlling CorruptionChapter 8: Leadership and the Character of a DepartmentChapter 9: Illegal Narcotics—Moral Issues and Public PolicyChapter 10: The Fundamentals of Character and TrainingChapter 11: Deliberation and Moral Problems in TrainingChapter 12: Tragedy and "Noble Cause" CorruptionChapter 13: Death and Bereavement, Deadly Force and GuiltChapter 14: Taking Our Lives SeriouslyChapter 15: Fatalism, Microcosms, and Therapeutic ReductionsChapter 16: Ethical Ideals, Youth Violence, and Gang EnforcementChapter 17: Police, the O.J. Simpson Trial, and RaceChapter 18: The Spirit of Public Service and Individual ConscienceChapter 19: Ethics int eh Future of PolicingChapter 20: Terrorism and PolicingChapter 21: Ethics in Action: Case Studies of Professional Excellence in PolicingChapter 22: From War Veterans to Peace OfficersAppendix A: A Guide to the Future Study of Ethics in PolicingAppendix B; Internal Affairs and IntegrityNotesIndexAbout the Author