Beliefs, Practices, Challenges
Persons in positions of leadership inevitably encounter major ethical dilemmas and in fact make ethical decisions on a daily basis. Interviews with senior executives can reveal the complexities … ethics training, an ethics hotline, and an ethics officer” prove far more effective than nebulous means of approaching dilemmas and decisions (p. 39). leadership always remains critical for the entire corporate culture, inculcating the values and norms of the organization through C-suite behavioral characteristics. Linden believes, as … intelligence, Linden notes, pointing out that the first step should always be direct confrontation with the individual and then if necessary alerting senior leadership.
Linden believes that human resources should remain more actively involved in promoting the ethical culture of the company through more robust hiring and … approach towards compensation, reward, and retention of top talent.
The interview with Linden therefore believes in the importance of personal responsibility and……
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… To this end, the purpose of this paper is to provide a review of the relevant literature to explicate the importance of ethical leadership and to identify strategies for developing ethical leaders in law enforcement today. A summary of the research and key findings concerning these issues … A summary of the research and key findings concerning these issues are presented in the paper’s conclusion.
Review and Discussion
Importance of Ethical leadership in Law Enforcement
One of the major sacrifices that all law enforcement authorities make when they accept a badge is a career-long commitment … the health and welfare of others above one’s own life. Indeed, law enforcement is an especially dangerous profession, and more than one hundred police officers were killed in the line of duty in 2018 alone, representing a 13% increase compared to 2017 (McCarthy, 2020). Despite the significant … duty in 2018 alone, representing……
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… he expected his leaders to adhere to the laws of the state and the Constitution (Int-1) strictly. Considering that the interviewee is a police officer, this is somewhat expected. But beyond this detail, the statement shows that followers expect their leaders to be competent or to continue ……
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… relations between officers and members of the community; 3) appreciating diversity is instrumental in promoting community relations; and 4) a democratic approach to leadership can help cultivate a more integrated and cohesive police department, which in turn can help to promote systematically the values that the department wants to implement.
The report recommends several action items; … them have to do with the integrity and legitimacy of law enforcement officers; the need for community members to be able to trust police officers; the benefits that respect for diversity brings; and the value of having an integrated police department. Each of these can help to build a police department’s rapport with a community because each, ultimately, is focused the idea of serving. The police are there to serve and protect communities, and the service part is often forgotten with the modern trend of militarization of police departments. The idea and……
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… sentencing discrimination and disparities in the American criminal justice system (Spohn, 2008).
Sentencing Disparities and Discrimination
Despite the increased focus on discrimination and leadership changes at the federal justice department, disparities and discrimination persist at different levels of the American criminal justice system. This, in no way, … total drug users in the United States, only 14 percent were African Americans. However, nearly 35 percent of the people arrested by the police for drug-related offenses were African Americans, and over 50 percent of the people sentenced for drug-related offenses were of the same race. The … race. The above statistics show several things. They show that the war on drugs is irrationally focused on African Americans. They show that police…[break]…what is recommended. And the explanation should never be the race of the offender (Yang, 2015).
Adopting the sentencing system detailed above would have ……
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… et al., 2015). That requires education and lawmakers and administrators who are willing to promote this type of program. The more people in leadership positions who can get behind it the more likely it is to gain traction in the community.
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… part of American history. In spite of legislation like the Civil Rights Act of 1964, racial injustice remains rampant in the United States. police brutality is one of the most visible areas in which racial injustice manifests itself. The murder of George Floyd was only one of … George Floyd was only one of many similar instances, the majority of which go unreported due to the “blue wall of silence” in police culture. Even if poor leadership in policing is more to blame than racism itself, the fact that black males experience a disproportionate number of such instances and are … is responding to racism in America. Additionally, this essay will show how the George Floyd incident led to a public discussion about defunding police. Racial equality and justice in America require a total overhaul of institutions like law enforcement.
Racism in the Age of Covid
2020 brought ………
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… is a standardized organization model or method for incident response and management during disasters. The system is made up of standard management and leadership hierarchy procedures, including processes meant to support various types of incidents. It does not just respect jurisdictional and agency authority, but also supports … the major factor that leads to ICS application across and within agencies and organizations.
ICS has two major pros that include a standardized leadership structure within and among disaster response teams and external partners, and predetermined external and internal alignments. People with basic training on ICS protocols … application limitations. ICS’ intrinsic attributes of command and control cause it to function well in quasi-military agencies only. A good example is the police department. A community of professional responders with interpersonal trust and technical proficiency can utilize ICS during disaster response due to its social sophistication ……
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… to a greater extent in acts of delinquency or offending as compared to fringe members. Attributes of gangs include violence, group organization, symbolism, territory, leadership, and repeated interaction (Finelli, 2019). The longer an individual stays with a gang, the more serious offenses he/she commits. Gang members usually end … partner will collaborate to ensure the accountability of gang members targeted.
Evaluation for success: The model will be evaluated for success based on police apprehension and violent criminal history within the area where it is implemented.
Successful model initiative implementation ought to decrease levels of overall youth ……
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The Greatest Issue Facing 21st Century Ethical leadership
Big Brother is Watching You. -- George Orwell, 1984
The chilling but fictitious epigraph above is becoming all too real for many people … a growing number of authorities believe that threats to the fundamental right to privacy have become the greatest issue facing 21st century ethical leadership. Indeed, public and private sector organizations of all types routinely collect consumers’ personal information and use it in ways that are violative of … be violated. The purpose of this paper is to provide a review and analysis of the relevant literature concerning this threat to ethical leadership, including recent and current trends in global leadership. In addition, a discussion concerning the various ways that threats to personal privacy manifest and what organizational and leadership theorists maintain should be done about them is followed by a summary of the research and the key findings……
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