SLP Research

Ethics and Integrity in Criminal Justice
 
This section also includes papers about professional standards and discipline.

Beech, Bonnie. (January 1998, SLP-5). Ethics in policing: Not Just Shoulds, Coulds, and Ought Tos.
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Belasic, Randy S. (October 2006, SLP-11). Police Integrity in Law Enforcement: Are we Really doing Enough?
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Boles, Michael L. (January 1995, SLP-3). Institutionalizing Ethics for the Next Century.
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Cairns, Laura E. (April 1999, SLP-6). Law Enforcement Ethics: Examining the Moral Fitness of our Human Resources.
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Charette Bernard. (December 1993, SLP-2). Early Identification of Police Brutality and Misconduct: The Metro-Dade Police Department Model.
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Grant, Scott A. (June 2010, FSP-1). maintaining Intergrity and Quality Leadership in Law Enforcemnt Supervision[abstract] [full text]

Hubert, Jeff (May 2009, SLP-13). Ethics, Gratuities and Conflicts of Interest in Conservation Law Enforcement
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Johns, Earl C. (January 1993, SLP-1). Police Brutality: A Lifelong Learning Process.
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Longerbeam, William C. (August 2000, SLP-7). The Cost of Unethical Decision Making in Law Enforcement.
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Manley, Robert M. (August 2000, SLP-7). Ethics Training for Law Enforcement.
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McClure, Michael F. (January 1993, SLP-1). Managing Use of Force Investigations.
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Muldoon, Douglas F. (January 1993, SLP-1). Ethics and its Impact on Law Enforcement by the Year 2000.
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Tozzie, Jeffrey E. (April 1999, SLP-6). Law Enforcement and Ethics.
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