Examine the claim that moral reasons are different from personal reasons. Support your view with examples. (Please provide an actual scenario where a criminal justice professional (police officer, prosecutor, deputy etc.) is involved.)
Analyze this statement by Socrates: The unexamined life is not worth living and discuss its implication to a criminal justice professional. Support your view with an example. (Please provide an actual scenario where a criminal justice professional (police officer, prosecutor, deputy etc.) is involved.)
Assume you are a new police chief of a department with a history of bias against protected groups (e.g., minorities, gays, and women), addressing the entire police force. As the new chief you state: We cannot think critically if we use bias. Support this statement with reasons and at least two recommendations for improving decisions in the field.
Research at least two peer-reviewed articles about common errors of relevance in policing or trying / judging criminal cases in court. (Note: Do not use open source sites such as Ask.com, eHow.com, Answers.com, and Wikipedia.), examine two common errors of relevance. Discuss the damage the errors can cause and recommend at least two ways to avoid them