Ethics provide the answers to logical and moral quandaries that arise in the criminal justice system these principles ensure that justice is served while respecting all involved parties civil rights lawmakers must regularly revisit these principles to ensure they are administered appropriately. Ethical issues in criminal justice the law enforcement code of ethics was adopted in 1957 and is the preface to the mission and commitment law enforcement agencies make to the public they serve it consists of five basic principles serve the community the duty of police officers is to serve the community where they work. The codes of ethics in criminal justice are comprehensive and as such cover numerous disciplinary and professional boundaries those who practice administer study research or teach in any of the disciplines of the criminal justice devote themselves to the limitations imposed upon the respective codes. O without knowledge of ethics criminal justice professionals may be naive about moral issues occurring within the criminal justice system o the study of ethics helps criminal justice pro fessionals quickly recognize the ethical conse quences of various actions and the moral principles involved o within the criminal justice system . Judicial ethics ethics might be more important to judges than any other criminal justice practitioner because a judge must interpret the law fairly and independently without personal feelings religious values past experiences or self promoting agendas that interfere with that responsibility
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