Please provide a description of the three guidelines and/or principles related to testimony and/or report writing that you believe are most important to forensic assessment. Explain why you selected these guidelines as the most important. Finally, explain how you might apply each of them, using specific examples.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 9:37 am ad1c9bdddf
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1. About Forensic Reporting Guidelines - 100 words
2. The 3 guidelines - 150 words
3. Their relevance & application - 200 words
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AE 105878/Xenia Jones
Forensic Report Writing
One of the main tasks of forensic psychologists is to put into writing their findings, expert opinions and results of assessments and evaluations. Also labelled as 'professional communication' by the APA (2014), the primary organization in American professional psychological practice has set out a set of guidelines in relation to the practice of communication in the field of forensic psychology. They have, as part of their effort to ensure professionalism and relevance of practice, enacted these set of guidelines governing a number of practice-relevant areas including such concerns as competence, responsibilities, diligence, informed consent, methods and procedures and of ...
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Forensic Psychology: Ethics in Practice for Prison Psychologists
Forensic psychology is not the only profession that emphasizes the importance of ethical behavior to its practitioners. Many professions share common ethical standards that are adjusted to fit the specifics of a particular line of work or specialization. Some professions use broad guidelines to direct ethical standards while others use specific "dos and don'ts" to guide ethical conduct among professionals in their field. Whatever the style, practitioners/specialists in various fields are expected to employ professional ethics to solve ethical issues that arise in professional settings. As a forensic psychology professional, you are expected to employ professional ethics to insure an excellent level of professional care/service to clients and to avoid ethical dilemmas.
• describe the profession you selected.
• Analyze the role of ethics in the profession you selected.
• Explain why ethics are important in the profession. Be specific providing examples to illustrate your points.
• Share insights and draw conclusions about professional ethics in forensic settings/practice.