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Corruption and Anti-Corruption in Policing—Philosophical and Ethical Issues


Criminal Law, Morality and the Institution of the PoliceCriminal Law and Social MoralityLaw, Morality and FactsA Normative Theory of PolicingPolice IndependenceReferencesPolice CorruptionCorruptionCauses of Police CorruptionCombating Police Corruption: A General StrategyReferencesNoble Cause Corruption in PolicingNoble Cause CorruptionMorally Justifiable Noble Cause Corruption?Noble Cause Corruption as a Defining Feature of PolicingReferencesIntegrity Systems for Police OrganisationsIntegrity SystemsHolistic Integrity SystemsCollective Moral Responsibility Organisations, Collective Responsibility and Anti-corruptionIntegrity Systems for Police OrganisationsReferencesProfessional Reporting and Police CulturePolice CultureProfessional Reporting and Internal Affairs InvestigationsReferencesInternal InvestigationsQuality of Investigations: 22 CriteriaCompetence of InvestigatorsResilience of InvestigatorIndependence of InvestigatorInvestigation Is Lawful and EthicalCompatible with Public InterestCorporate Priorities ConsideredOpen MindednessWell-planned InvestigationThorough Treatment of All Information/EvidenceComprehensive Recording and Preservation of All Information/EvidenceInformation/Evidence SecurityRespect for Rights of VictimsRespect for Rights of WitnessesRespect for Rights of SuspectsJudicious Use of Covert TacticsInformant ManagementEfficient and Effective Use of Public ResourcesCommunication with StakeholdersTimelinessProfessional Approach to PresentationAccountabilityContinuous ImprovementReferencesIntegrity TestingThe Ethics of Covert OperationsIntegrity TestsReferences
 
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