Your Final Examination will include an essay portion with 6 questions, all of which you must answer to the best of your ability. The Final Examination covers the text, Pollock, Chapters 8 – 14 as well as Modules 5 – 8, including the Discussion Board material. This examination will be available for you to take beginning at 12:01 AM EST on the Monday morning of Module 8 and will close promptly the following Sunday evening at 11:55 PM EST.It is suggested you write or print out the essay questions for handy reference as you develop your responses.
1.Report and discuss types of police corruption.
2.Based on the assigned readings, course discussions, and scenarios, discuss the research concerning use of force. What factors seem to be associated with it? Be specific and defend your answer.
3.Explain the term noble cause corruption. Give an example of this in contemporary law enforcement. Be specific and defend your response.
4.Explain the confidentiality rules of defense attorneys and explain some situations where they may be able to disclose confidential information. Be specific and defend your response.
5.Define punishment and then discuss the major rationales of punishment.
6.Discuss the shift in goals and change in mission of law enforcement since 9/11. What legal considerations have evolved for law enforcement? Be specific and defend your response.
Be sure to submit your essay exam in one WORD document and place it in the appropriate assignment drop box. Although there is no set word limit for your answers, it is required that you fully explain your responses.
Pollock, J. (2014). Ethical Dilemmas and Decisions in Criminal Justice. Belmont, Calif., Wadsworth, Cengage Learning