Criminal Justice Assignment on Personal Values

Consider your personal values. How might your personal values sometimes conflict with the ethical duties and responsibilities of a public servant? For instance, what might you do if you were called to serve members of the community whose values are diametrically opposed to your own?

How can you align your personal morality with the responsibilities of a public servant? If your personal morality does not align with your responsibilities as a public servant does that require you to withdraw your individual services from the public? Is there a way to balance these two potentially competing interests?

The police have a number of enforcement tools at their disposal. Among those are verbal communication skills, handcuffs, firearms, batons, etc. The threat posed by members of the public can be difficult to assess. How does a law enforcement agency create and enforce a proper protocol to ensure the ethical application of force when necessary?

Consider again the philosophical ethical approaches of Consequentialism, Regularianism, and Deontology. How would you be able to apply these philosophical ethical approaches to different situations as a public servant? Can you apply different philosophies consistently?

Consider your personal values. How might your personal values sometimes conflict with the ethical duties and responsibilities of a public servant? For instance, what might you do if you were called to serve members of the community whose values are diametrically opposed to your own?

How can you align your personal morality with the responsibilities of a public servant? If your personal morality does not align with your responsibilities as a public servant does that require you to withdraw your individual services from the public? Is there a way to balance these two potentially competing interests?

The police have a number of enforcement tools at their disposal. Among those are verbal communication skills, handcuffs, firearms, batons, etc. The threat posed by members of the public can be difficult to assess. How does a law enforcement agency create and enforce a proper protocol to ensure the ethical application of force when necessary?

Consider again the philosophical ethical approaches of Consequentialism, Regularianism, and Deontology. How would you be able to apply these philosophical ethical approaches to different situations as a public servant? Can you apply different philosophies consistently?