This activity is approved for 3.00 contact hours.
This activity is approved for 3.00 STC credit hours.
This course has been approved by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy for 3.00 hours. CJA Lesson Plan #5707
Defining Ethics A. Good Faith B. Making the Case for Following Ethical Principles C. Two Approaches to Ethics D. Let's Review! Principle-Based Management A. Creating an Environment for Principle-Based Management B. Making Principle-Based Management Work C. Let's Review Reasonable Rule Enforcers A. Anticipating the Consequences B. Using Discretion C. Meeting the Test of Justification D. Dealing with Discretion E. Let's Review The Four Steps to Making Good Moral Judgments A. An Example... B. A Helpful Formula for Implementing the Four Steps C. A Scenario D. Notes to Remember... E. Let's Review Ethical Decision-Making A. Overview of Ethical Decision-Making B. Why Should We Be Ethical? C. The Loyalty Tug of War D. Two Sets of Styles E. Gilbert's Styles of Corrections Officers F. Farkas' Styles of Corrections Officers G. Three Additional Styles H. Let's Review Dilemmas and Paradigms A. Principles for Decision Making B. Let's Review Ethical Checklists A. The Bell, the Book, and the Candle B. Case Studies In Ethical Decision-Making C. Case #1: Here is What the Court Had To Say D. Case #2: Abuse of Offenders E. Case #3: Inappropriate Behavior Toward Offenders F. Case #4: Request for Favors G. Case #5: Misuse of Identification Obstacles for Ethical Behavior A. Making Excuses B. Ensuring Protection C. Improper Relationships with Offenders D. Maintaining Loyalty to Peers E. Let's Practice! F. Receiving an Emotional Benefit G. Receiving a Physical Benefit H. Let's Review Guidelines for Behaving Ethically A. Maintaining Loyalty to Peers B. Let's Practice! Summary Take A Moment to Reflect on What You Learned... CONGRATULATIONS!
Ms. Geiman is ACA’s Online Training Administrator. She also serves as the Academy’s instructional curriculum developer. Ms. Geiman has more than 20 years of experience in developing training programs for criminal justice professionals, including lesson plans, multimedia training programs, and print and online courses. She has received numerous awards for both print curricula and comprehensive video programs on topics such as criminal and juvenile justice, medical and mental health, supervision, management, and law. She received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Maryland. Disclosure: Diane Geiman has declared that no conflict of interest, Relevant Financial Relationship or Relevant Non-Financial Relationship exists.