While on duty, a uniformed police officer went to a crowded neighborhood deli at lunchtime to buy a sandwich. The deli owner, Ari, told the officer that it was on the house and payment was not necessary. What professional and ethical standards should be in place from the police department to assist this officer in his decision making, and why should they be put in place?
A corrections officer was assigned to patrol Cell Block 4. One of the officer’s high school buddies, Ray, is incarcerated on the same cell block for possession of narcotics. Cigarettes are not allowed on prison property. While the officer was patrolling the cell block, Ray was smoking a cigarette. If Ray is reported by the officer, he will not be eligible for parole. Ray pleads the officer to not report him. What professional and ethical standards should be in place from the prison administration to assist this officer with decision making, and why should they be put in place?
What basic principle of constitutional law must a police officer, but not always a probation officer, follow when conducting an ethical and legal search of a probationer’s house? Explain why this law is applicable to this situation.
Select one court case from the Milestone Three Guidelines and Rubric document where ethics or professional practice was a driving factor, and discuss the impact of that case in reshaping the role of the practitioner in the court system.
Choose one case: https://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/html/07-1015.ZS.html
Based on your own professional and ethical standards, which branch of the criminal justice system interests you the most and why?
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