Law Enforcement Ethics - JUST 2203

Credit(s): 3 | Hours: Lecture - 45, Lab - 0, Work Experience - , Other - 0

This course examines the professional, ethical responsibilities of law enforcement officers and evaluates the need for codes of conduct in the various agencies of law enforcement. Students will examine the relationship between law enforcement agencies and systemically vulnerable populations, with a focus on law enforcement agency behaviour and decision making. Students will develop an awareness of the attempts being made to build ethical, antiracist relationships between law enforcement agencies and communities across Canada, with a focus on Indigenous communities. The course also examines how law enforcement agencies are striving to diversify their hiring and recruitment practices.

Prerequisites: JUST 1101, JUST 1102 Restricted to Justice

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