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Ethics and Canadian Law Enforcement / Richard Parent and Catherine Parent.


Public Safety Canada Library


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HV 7924 .P37 2018




Includes bibliographic references and index.


ix, 336 pages ; 25 cm.


Ethics and Canadian Law Enforcement offers a comprehensive overview of law enforcement decision-making procedures in Canada, and evaluates the ethical conduct expected of law enforcement personnel, such as police officers, sheriffs, correctional officers, and private security. Dr. Richard Parent, a police officer for more than 30 years, draws on his professional experience to examine codes of conduct, internal investigations, misconduct and discipline, and the purpose of the civilian review. -- From Publisher



Chapter 1. Overview of Ethical and Professional Conduct in Canadian. -- Chapter 2. Morals, Ethics, Values, and Ethical Decision Making. -- Chapter 3. Core Values, Codes of Conduct, and Investigative. -- Chapter 4. The Ethical and Professional Law Enforcement Officer. -- Chapter 5. The Law Enforcement Environment: On- and Off-Duty. -- Chapter 6. Decision Making and the Use of Force. -- Chapter 7. Accountability and Oversight. -- Chapter 8. Indigenous Peoples and Law Enforcement. -- Chapter 9. Correctional and Jail Services. -- Chapter 10. Moving Forward: Fostering an Ethical and Professional.


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