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CJ 495 Week 3 Notes - Management/Administrative Approach...

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Click to edit Master subtitle style 4/6/11 Contemporary Issues in Policing
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4/6/11 Corruption (definitions) Types of Key elements of…
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4/6/11 Police Corruption Why is police corruption a form of organizational deviance? A B C How does Police Corruption Differ from other public services?
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4/6/11 Police Corruption (causes) Environmental (Structural) Personal (Agent Centered)
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4/6/11 Police Corruption (causes) How does corruption differ in the UK in comparison to the US? What are some causes?
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4/6/11 Issues in Corruption Why may ethics training not work? What is the profile of a corrupt officer?
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4/6/11 Ethics Training Models As a shield As a program Religion/crusade/mission Stricture WHICH IS BEST ? WHAT IS TRAINING BASED ON?
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4/6/11 Investigating Corruption What are some traditional methods used to investigate corruption? Issues/concerns
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Unformatted text preview: Management/Administrative Approach – Focuses on…. – Risk Assessment – Service Confidence 4/6/11 Corruption in Croatia & Finland • What is misconduct • What is corruption – what is the primary motivation of corruption? • What are some differences? Why do these differences exist? 4/6/11 Controlling Corruption-USC 242-• Origins & History • Purpose 4/6/11 Controlling Corruption-USC 242-• The 242 Process… DOJ Additional Guidelines – A – B – C 4/6/11 The 242 Process… • Convicting under 242 – Elements needed The Nature & Extent of 242 Offenses Who is prosecuted most often? – What are they prosecuted for? – What is the acquittal rate? 4/6/11 The 242 Process… • Policy Implications Conclusion 4/6/11 END...
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