Describe three characteristics that are key to developing your professional image in criminal justice career field. Support your response and include why you think the characteristics are important to your personal image. 200-300 words© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:43 am ad1c9bdddf
a) First and foremost is Strong Sense of Ethics. Ethics are vital in the criminal justice system. Many criminals do not have a sense of right versus wrong, but as a professional you must. For many in this line of work, it is hard to watch a criminal walk away scot free.
b) Let's take for instance a crime scene lab technician is often asked to analyze evidence in a capital murder case. The detectives know without a doubt that the suspect committed the crime. However, the key piece of evidence has been compromised. Without this evidence, the criminal will most likely not be convicted. What do you do? The ethical answer is to exclude the evidence.
c) The ultimate characteristic in the ...
What are three key characteristics in developing a professional image in criminal justice career field? Please support your response and include why you think the characteristics are important to your personal image.
Ethics and Diversity in the Workplace
Choose a professional organization (preferably in human services) and imagine that you are at the national conference for the organization and you are presenting a paper on the topic of "Diversity in Our Workplace."
Based upon the professional organization's code of ethics and the course readings, discuss, analyze, and explain how the code of ethics treats the following diverse populations in the workplace:
Women and gender issues.
Race and ethnicity.
Disabled and aging workers.
People with differing religious and spiritual beliefs.
Incorporate responses to the following in your comments:
Why is our organization's code of ethics important?
How does a professional code of ethics affect operations and effectiveness in our workplace?
What legal standards and laws are congruent with the code of ethics?
What are the implications of our professional employees failing to comply with the code of ethics?