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Application: Policing Ethics
Two important theories that explain ethical behavior are deontology and consequentialism (also called utilitarianism). Deontology claims that rules and principles place limits on an individual`s activities and actions. These limits guide the individual toward ethical decisions. Consequentialism weighs the outcome before determining a course of action. According to consequentialism, the morally correct action is the one with the "best" outcomes. Police officers make ethical decisions every day that affect the public trust. When thinking about police ethics in criminal justice, it is important to consider how ethical theories may apply to the decisions police officers make when serving the public.
Explain two differences between deontology and consequentialism.
Provide one example of how each theory applies to policing.
Share an insight about ethics in policing.
Support your Application Assignment with specific references to all resources used in its preparation. You are to provide a reference list for all resources, including those in the Learning Resources for this course.
Application: Policing Ethics Names Institutional affiliation Application: Policing Ethics Deontology and Consequentialism are two theories that are widely used to explain ethical behavior. Deontology argues that rules and principles should be put in place and implemented to guide ethical behavior while consequentialism looks at the outcome before judging on the course of action. Arguably these two are different theories and scholars have for long argued which one should be used to guide ethical decisions. Deontologists claim that rules and regulations should be devised and implemented for people to live in harmony and peace (Alexander, & Moore, 2007). There is a need for rules, regulations, and procedures to guide peo