Ethics In Law Enforcement

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Ethics is moral principles that govern a person 's or group 's behavior. Law enforcement should have good ethics that is what the community expects. There are many opinions about what are good ethics. Some ethics may or can even cause problems. For example protecting is a good ethic that law enforcement should obtain. If their is a man who is not on their five senses either on drugs or drunk carrying a lethal weapon, any firearm, device, instrument, material, or any other substance that is capable of producing great bodily harm or death from the manner it is used or intended to be used. The police morality is to protect in order to do that they may have to agriate the man to a certain extent. For me That is a good ethic or moral since i see protection for the people who were around this unstable man. On the other hand others see it as police brutality since the man was not conscious of what he was doing, so is this protecting behavior good or bad for our law enforcement. For me ethics is just a way for people to judge you on what kind of person you are. There is a problem with that because people judge on what they think is going on not on what the situation is encountering. For law enforcement ethics are codes that the choose to follow on their own not because they are being criticized, but because they want to. Law
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Being a disciple can help change law enforcement itself and also how the community see their local law enforcement. In order for there to be ethics there has to be integrity to law enforcement. You have to show integrity to the position of law enforcement you are integrated to. Showing yourself how integrated you are with law enforcement can help yourself on further situations that you can encounter in law enforcement. There are many in the law enforcement who are integrated and have good ethics, but what about the community do they have what they
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