Personal Ethical Standards

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Personal Ethical Standards Personal Ethical Standards Ronda L. Brewer ADJ/235 July 21, 2011 George DeAngelis
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Personal Ethical Standards If I was a prison guard with inmate asking for favors when on restriction, I would have to tell them no, whether or not it would make my job easier, if I intend to keep my job and the code of ethics I swore upon when I chose my carrier as an officer of the law. It would show the other inmates authority by not allowing this type of conduct to go on from any inmate; this would show my authority and loyalty combined, at the same time, in addition that I do take my job seriously. I would not need to allow myself to have to speak, as actions are louder than words, this would show the inmates, I do not break the rules for no means to justify a means for pleasure or comfort toward any party involves, just do the job I am sworn to do. The major ethical system I would use would be the deontology; the scenario emphasis is on moral rules and duty. If not willing for everyone to follow the rule, then it
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Unformatted text preview: is not morally permissible. Emphasis on autonomy, justice and kind acts. People should be treated as ends, never a means. It provides a special moral status for humans. Moral rules are universal and rules can be abstract. In the U.S., a continued emphasis on human rights for all people stems from a willingness to reason that justice and equal treatment ought to be applied universally. The inmates would see this ethical system work, with my action of not allowing the situation to occur (Lasley & Pickett, n.d.). Personal Ethical Standards References Lasley, J., & Pickett, I. (n.d.). INTRODUCTION TO TYPES OF ETHICAL SYSTEMS. Available from http://www.woodrow.org/teachers/bi/1992/ethical_systems.html. Thomson / Wadsworth (Ed.). (2005). ETHICS IN CRIME & JUSTICE. [University of Phoenix Custom Edition e-Text]. Phoenix, Arizona: Thomson / Wadsworth. Retrieved January 31, 2009, from ADJ235 WEEK 8 - TOPIC 1: COMMUNITY CORRECTIONS....
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