Corruption and misconduct have been recurring issues in criminal justice agencies. This course examines the nature and extent of the problem, and various causal factors. Ethical issues and dilemmas for criminal justice professionals are also examined. Methods of identifying and preventing misconduct are now highly developed. A diverse range of these integrity management strategies and institutions is examined, including anti-corruption commissions, codes of conduct, complaints investigations and profiling, and covert tactics.
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