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Class Notes for CRIM 351 at Simon Fraser University

Police Accountability and Ethics

CRIM 351 Lecture 5: Lecture 5 Responding to Police Corruption and Misconduct
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CRIM 351 Lecture 5: Responding to Police Corruption and Misconduct: When Ofcers Cross the Line Frank Serpico Retired ItalianAmerican New York Police Determent ofcer Whistleblower for police corruption Shot in the face by N...

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Josh Murphy
CRIM 351 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Police Misconduct, Reid Technique
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CRIM 351 Lecture 10: Ethics and Accountability in Criminal Investigations Guest Speaker: VPD Gary Sparks • VPD has sent people to Afghanistan, South Sudan, Cambodia, Jerusalem • EU has about 20 missions through ext...

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CRIM 351 Lecture 2: Lecture 2 Moral Systems, Justice & Law
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CRIM 351 Lecture 2: Moral Systems, Justice Law Introduction The ethical demands placed on public servants are different than those placed on others Public servants are held to a higher standard Temptations are many, and, ...

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CRIM 351 Lecture 6: Lecture 6 Guest Speaker Doug Fisher Transit Police
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CRIM 351 Lecture 6: Guest Speaker, Doug Fisher (Transit Police) Guest Speaker: Doug Fisher Doug Fisher, Transit Police Professional Standards Unit (PSU) History: ERT, VPD, Investigation of counterfeit goods, Strikeforce (...

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Josh Murphy
CRIM 351 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Grievous Bodily Harm, Pepper Spray, Deadly Force
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Lecture 9: Guest Speaker, Rick Parent Levels of Response - 1 • Presence • Manner of arrival • Number of police officers Physical appearance • • Officer’s uniform • Equipment • Individual’s perception of t...

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CRIM 351 Lecture 1: Lecture 1 Introduction; Exploring Morality and Ethics in Human Behaviour
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CRIM 351 Lecture 1: Introduction; Exploring Morality and Ethics in Human Behaviour The Police Role Enforcers In giving them power, we accept that they can use that power against us We hold them to a standard that they will...

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Josh Murphy
CRIM 351 Lecture 3: Lecture 3 Police Role in Society
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CRIM 351 Lecture 3: Examining the Police Role in Society and Structures of Accountability: Codes of Ethics, Citizen Oversight Militarization Police: Then Early police in Canada Simplistic life Simple mandate maintain ord...

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CRIM 351 Lecture 4: Lecture 4 Police Discretion & Discrimination- Profiling, Pretext Policing and Overpolicing
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CRIM 351 Lecture 4: Police Discretion Discrimination: Proling, Pretext Policing and Overpolicing Moral Dilemmas of Police Ofcers Frequent and unavoidable Not academic Likely to be unpopular with some groups Usually resolv...

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CRIM 351 Lecture 12: Lecture 12
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CRIM 351 Lecture 12: Technology and Accountability: The Use of Body-Worm Cameras: Costs, Benefits, and Challenges Expectations of BWC: Re Ethics & Accountability • Basic motivation of BWC is to reduce: Use of fo...

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Permachart - Marketing Reference Guide: Model Penal Code, Malice Aforethought, Unlawful Killing

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