Police Corruption

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4/8/11 Why study police corruption? Some might wonder about the importance of studying police corruption. Aren’t there more important issues to look at? Are we focusing on police and ignoring the ‘real criminals’? Police corruption, some say, is minimal and not very widespread. Police corruption is something that
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4/8/11 Defining Police Corruption There are many conflicting perspectives on what exactly police corruption. What distinguishes ‘police corruption’ from criminal behavior pure and simple? Ivkovic provides us with a useful definition: Police corruption is an action or omission, a promise of action or omission, or an attempted action or omission, committed by a police officer or a group of police officers,
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4/8/11 Features of Police Corruption “Slippery slope perspective”: This is the argument that police corruption begins from small acts of small value and then progresses to ever greater
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2011 for the course CRIM 101 taught by Professor Morgenson during the Fall '08 term at York University.

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