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Title: Ethics, Values, Integrity


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Ethics, Values, IntegrityNon Sibi Sed
OmnibusNational Association of Chaplains to
the PoliceNational Training ConferenceAdrian
Lee, CC Northamptonshire, 9 June 2014
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If only policing was as easy as this
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Overview
  • Ethical Leadership Policing 2014
  • The ethical challenges we face
  • Philosophy can help
  • The Ethics Portfolio
  • The future
  • Ethical Leadership the role of ALL managers
  • Good to Great and coping with failure

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Ethical Leadership Policing 2014
  • Our reputation
  • Policing with consent
  • The Trust and Confidence Strategy
  • The virtuous circle
  • The focus on legitimacy
  • The research of Meares, Skogan and Sherman

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Ethical Leadership The Challenges Ethical Leadership The Challenges Ethical Leadership The Challenges
Operational Business Executive
Performance need v politics A19 Leadership in a partnership setting
Use of force Redundancy A common set of values?
Covert policing issues, use of IC officers Shared services /outsourcing Duty of care to individual or society? Who is the customer health v police
Discretion and Professional Judgment Impact of partner decisions Joint ownership of decisions
Critical Incident Command Saying no Savings ethically Should we have done this earlier to invest in frontline policing?
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Ethical Leadership The Challenges (Source!) Ethical Leadership The Challenges (Source!) Ethical Leadership The Challenges (Source!)
Personal Behaviour Why
Perverting the course of justice Theft and fraud Unauthorised disclosure Abuse of authority Misuse of systems Gifts and hospitality Payments and allowances Avoiding justice Poor policing Avoiding vetting Not aware it is wrong Bathsheba Syndrome Power Everyone else not me! Not open to challenge Lack of governance by others Organisational difficulty with challenging upwards
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Greek Modern
Principles Plato (the notion of the good) Kant (Motives, universalizability)
Consequences Aristotle (a well lived and flourishing life) Bentham (greatest good for the greatest number)
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Aunt Gertrude's Hideous Tie It's Christmas Day
and you discover that, for the tenth year
running, Aunt Gertrude has given you a hideous
tie. What do you do? Do you hide your
disappointment and lie, saying how lovely it is?
Or do you tell the truth? Philosophical opinion
is divided.
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Ethical Decision Making Is it an ethical
decision?
Implementation Issues
Ethical Decision
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Romanelli Tripartite Typology of Moral Conflict
GOOD
BAD
WORSE
BETTER
GOOD
GOOD
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Ethical Decision Making Step 1 Identify the
real ethical decision as opposed to problems
associated with decision implementation Step 2
What type of ethical dilemma is it
(Romanelli)? Step 3 Review relevant ethical
guidelines, standards, principles that are
relevant Step 4 Know the relevant laws and
regulations Step 5 If appropriate consult with
others Step 6 Consider possible and probable
courses of action which are consistent with the
principles Step 7 List the consequences of the
probable courses of action Step 8 Would you be
happy with public disclosure? Step 9 Decide on
what appears to be the best course of action Step
10 Monitor and be prepared to modify in the
light of additional information
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NATIONAL DECISION MODEL ..approved at ACPO
Council 28th January
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Module on Professional Ethics for the Scottish
Qualifications Authority by Dr Mark Kilgallon and
Adrian Lee http//www.sqa.org.uk/sqa/33667.htm
l.
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ACPO Ethics Portfolio
  • Established in 2008
  • Terms of Reference
  • Articulate the business case for ethics in the
    service
  • Support ACPO Business areas re ethical dimension
    of their work
  • Support ACPO Business areas re influencing
    ethical changes to legislation, policy, etc.
  • Contribute to the debate on policing mission
  • Build on Statement of Common Purpose and Values
  • Anticipate ethical challenges and the correct
    response
  • Promote the influence of ethics in delivering
    excellent quality of service

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ACPO Ethics Portfolio
  • Training
  • SCC / SLDP / Leading Powerful Partnerships
  • Core Leadership Programme
  • ACPO(s) and PSNI
  • NDM Implementation
  • NDM is THE decision model for all aspects of
    training
  • Support for individuals
  • Whistle blowers and those challenging
  • Events
  • Seminar at Harris Manchester Oxford
  • Conference with Keele University
  • Review of T of R
  • Membership

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NATIONAL DECISION MODEL ..approved at ACPO
Council 28th January
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  • STATEMENT OF MISSION AND VALUES JULY 2011
  • The mission of the police is to make communities
    safer by upholding the law fairly and firmly
    preventing crime and antisocial behaviour
    keeping the peace protecting and reassuring
    communities investigating crime and bringing
    offenders to justice.
  • We will act with integrity, compassion, courtesy
    and patience, showing neither fear nor favour in
    what we do. We will be sensitive to the needs
    and dignity of victims and demonstrate respect
    for the human rights of all.
  • We will use discretion, professional judgement
    and common sense to guide us and will be
    accountable for our decisions and actions. We
    will respond to well-founded criticism with a
    willingness to learn and change.
  • We will work with communities and partners,
    listening to their views, building their trust
    and confidence, making every effort to understand
    and meet their needs.
  • We will not be distracted from our mission
    through fear of being criticised. In identifying
    and managing risk, we will seek to achieve
    successful outcomes and to reduce the risk of
    harm to individuals and communities.
  • In the face of violence we will be professional,
    calm and restrained and will apply only that
    force which is necessary to accomplish our lawful
    duty.
  • Our commitment is to deliver a service that we
    and those we serve can be proud of and which
    keeps our communities safe.

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The Code of Ethics
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Should the ACPO Ethics Portfolio challenge more?
  • Chief Officers pay
  • Lifetime membership of ACPO
  • Post police employment
  • Relationships with the media
  • Hospitality
  • How do you challenge without being judgemental?
  • Being right and being SEEN to be right

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The Future
  • Much greater emphasis on corporate governance
    linked to ethics and standards
  • Joint Force / PCC Ethics Committee with an
    independent chair?
  • National registers for gifts, hospitality,
    business interests, reward packages
  • Code of ethics (bringing together Peelian
    Principles, the attestation and the Statement of
    Mission and Values)
  • Post Employment restrictions for chief officers
  • Changes to vetting and disciplinary proceedings

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  • Good to Great and coping with failure?
  • Success is the ability to go from one failure to
    another with no loss of enthusiasm (Winston
    Churchill)
  • Scientific Theory v Ethical Theory
  • How do you chose a head of professional ethics?

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Chaplaincy
  • Challenges the force is facing
  • Change new PCC
  • Financial pressures on the force
  • Shrinking organisation
  • Commitment to service improvement
  • Performance
  • Collaboration
  • Financial pressures on individuals
  • Role of Chaplaincy
  • To support staff
  • To support the pubic in critical incidents
    (Chaplaincy history)
  • To be a faith presence in the force
  • A force for good
  • Confidentiality and independence
  • Maximising the unique informal communication root
    that chaplaincy opens up
  • To provide a multi-faith team

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Thank you!!
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If only policing was as easy as this
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What sort of organisation would you like to
lead? Non Sibi Sed Omnibus(Not for self but
for all) adrian.lee_at_northamptonshire.pnn.police.u
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