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Introduction Ethics is generally known as molarity and a human behavior over conducting various things and situations. The concept of ethics and ethical issues is different for different societies and genera’s. Every profession and organization deals with certain type of ethical issue that need to be addressed before proceeding so that they can work efficiently. Although the ethical values are similar everywhere and one must practice them on daily basis. But constituting those ethical values for a certain company or organization is a tiring job as each profession demands for certain type of ethical responsibilities. Some major laws of ethics and laws enforcing codes stilled practice including the “Law Enforcement Code of Conduct” of the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) and the “Code of Conduct for Law Enforcement Officials” of the United Nations (U.N.) but their implementation took place almost years before. The present world demands for more advanced and recent issues addressing which will beneficial for the present situations and will also address the limitations of these laws [TYL13]. Why are ethics important? Ethics are an important part of one’s life and he/she way deals with the things. It evaluates that how a person perceives something and generate a decision based on it. Our ethical values and molarity decide that whether someone will choose a good decision or a bad decision. Keeping in mind the ethical values, the success rate of choosing the best decision increases. It helps in organizing the goals and achieve success Who implements the ethical codes? The question arises that who is responsible for creating and implementing such ethical acts and laws. The answer lies in the working and development of the law enforcing companies. In such
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law enforcing companies, the highly organized professional work in collaboration and make sure that the laws are in accordance with the values of humanity and are either functional or not. In advanced countries, law enforcement companies hold great important as the enforcement of laws and maintain a situation of people is majorly dependent on them. Such companies also make sure that their laws implementation and security prevailing organizations are working properly. Some of the law enforcing companies working in the New York City of America include : New York City Police Department New York City Department of Investigation Human Resource Administration Police New York City Public Safety Department Department of Probation Types of ethics As mentioned above, different professions demand for diverse ethical values and norms. Based on this diversity, different types of ethics and ethical codes are present. These could be related to religion, social life, and business or anarchy.
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