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CJS 211 Course Success is a Tradition
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CJS 211 Course Success is a Tradition
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  • CJS 211 Entire Course
  • CJS 211 Week 1 DQ 1
  • CJS 211 Week 1 Individual Assignment Ethical
    Dilemma Paper
  • CJS 211 Week 1 DQ 1
  • CJS 211 Week 1 DQ 2
  • CJS 211 Week 2 Individual Assignment Ethical
    Dilemma Worksheet Law Enforcement
  • CJS 211 Week 2 DQ 1
  • CJS 211 Week 2 DQ 2
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  • Acceptable Lying
  •  Can you think of any situations in which lying
    is acceptable? Explain your answer.

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  • CJS 211 Week 1 DQ 2
  • CJS 211 Week 1 Individual Assignment Ethical
    Dilemma Paper
  • Deontological versus Utilitarianism
  •  If you had to choose one ethical system,
    deontological or utilitarianism, which one most
    closely conforms to your own beliefs? Explain
    your answer
  • Write a 700- to 1,050-word paper in which you
    discuss an ethical dilemma from a current story
    in the news. Address the following in your paper
  •   The nature of the dilemma
  • The ethical decision made
  • The outcome of the situation
  • Alternative courses of action and why

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  • CJS 211 Week 2 DQ 1
  • CJS 211 Week 2 DQ 2
  • Discretion
  •  What is discretion? Provide at least two
    examples of discretion. What are unethical and
    ethical criteria for using discretion
  • Police Unethical Behavior
  •  Do officers make a deliberate choice to engage
    in unethical behavior? Can training influence an
    officers decision-making process? Explain your
    response

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CJS 211 Course Success is a Tradition
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  • CJS 211 Week 2 Individual Assignment Ethical
    Dilemma
  • CJS 211 Week 2 Team Assignment Ethical Decision
    Making Paper
  • Complete the blank Ethical Dilemma Worksheet by
    referring to the Law Enforcement Scenario.
  • Write a 1,050- to 1,400-word paper describing
    your ethical learning style from the EAI, which
    was due in Week One.
  •  Include the following in your paper
  •   How each style relates to the criminal
    justice field and how it relates to making
    decisions as part of a team
  • How you work with people with different
    styles

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  • CJS 211 Week 3 DQ 1
  • CJS 211 Week 3 DQ 2
  • Plea Bargaining
  •  What are the advantages and disadvantages of
    plea bargaining?
  • Role of Prosecutors, Defense Attorneys and Judges
  •  What are the roles, duties, and ethical
    obligations of prosecutors, defense attorneys,
    and judges during a criminal trial? Provide
    examples.

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CJS 211 Course Success is a Tradition
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  • CJS 211 Week 3 Individual Assignment Ethical
    Dilemma
  • CJS 211 Week 3 Team Assignment Ethics Issue
    Presentation
  • Review the Prosecutors Scenario document.
  • Complete the blank Ethical Dilemma Worksheet
  • Read the Ethics Issue Presentation document and
    select one of the following options to complete
    the assignment.
  •   Option 1 Law Enforcement Ethics
  • Option 2 Defense Attorney Ethics
  • Option 3 Prosecution Ethics
  • Option 4 Correction Ethics

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  • CJS 211 Week 4 DQ 1
  • CJS 211 Week 4 DQ 2
  • 1 year in prison or 5 years of probation
  •  Would you rather spend 1 year in prison or
    receive 5 years of probation with very severe
    restrictions? Could you envision a probationary
    sentence that was more severe than a custodial
    sentence? Explain your answer.
  • Predict Crime
  •   If you could accurately predict future
    criminals, would you be willing to incapacitate
    them before they commit a crime to protect
    society? Explain your answer.

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CJS 211 Course Success is a Tradition
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  • CJS 211 Week 4 Individual Assignment Ethical
    Dilemma
  • CJS 211 Week 4 Team Assignment Ethical Scrapbook
    Part I
  • Review the Corrections Scenario Document.
  • Complete Ethical Dilemma Worksheet .
  • Good Samaritan conduct or random acts of kindness
  • Acts of vigilantism--violating the law to
    enforce the law
  • Acts of civil disobedience--violating the law
    to change the law
  • Criminal acts committed by professionals in
    the course of their employment, other than
    criminal justice professionals, in which the
    defendant was believed to have violated the
    ethical standards of his or her profession

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  • CJS 211 Week 5 DQ 1
  • CJS 211 Week 5 DQ 2
  • Do the ends justify the means?
  •  Are there situations in criminal justice in
    which the ends might warrant or justify unethical
    means? Provide examples and explain your answer.
  • Hate Crimes
  •  Is it ethical that offenders who vandalize,
    assault, or kill people based on ethnicity or
    race may be punished more severely than an
    average criminal? Explain why or why not.

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  • CJS 211 Week 5 Individual Assignment Victims
    Rights
  • CJS 211 Week 5 Team Assignment Ethical Scrapbook
    Part II
  • What is your personal stance on the current state
    of victims' rights in America?
  • Do you believe that the 2004 Crime Victims'
    Rights Act (CRVA) has been successful? Explain.
  • Is there ever a circumstance in which you
    feel vengeance is appropriate, even when it means
    breaking a law? Explain your response.
  • Do you agree with the actions of Survivors
    Network?
  • Do you believe that American society as a whole
    is predisposed to ethical or unethical behavior?
    Explain your response.
  • Identify ethical considerations for the
    future of criminal justice. What may be done to
    reduce ethical violations in the criminal justice
    profession?

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