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CRJ 206

Justice, Crime and Ethics

Criminal
Justice

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CRJ 206 Justice, Crime and Ethics

 

This course provides a broad philosophical foundation to explore a wider range of challenges to the criminal justice system. The student will examine how the principles of applied ethics help to clarify and resolve a troubling aspect of police culture, the alleged corruption of the noble cause of police work, corrections and ethical choices and the “War on Terror”. Through a combination of “theoretical” analysis and an examination of real world situations, students will be encouraged to examine their current attitudes and reflect upon an ethical framework to address future professional dilemmas.

 

  • Prerequisite: None
  • Hours: 3
  • Credits: 3

 

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