2 edition of Peer reporting of unethical police behavior found in the catalog.
Peer reporting of unethical police behavior
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|LC Classifications||HV7571.P4 K37 2010|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2010039290|
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NCJ Number: Title: Peer Reporting of Unethical Police Behavior Author(s): Vedat Kargin: Date Published: Annotation: This book develops a theoretical ethical decisionmaking model for the investigation of police officers’ peer reporting decisions, and the model is tested regarding its ability to identify the factors that influence police officers’ peer reporting decision.
This book examines police officers’ ethical decision making with regard to reporting a peer’s unethical behaviors within an organization.
Peer reporting is a special type of ethical decision making behavior (Barnett, Bass, & Brown, ; Trevino & Victor, ), and it has been one of the positive outcome behaviors investigated in the ethical decision making literature (Trevino et al., ).
This book examines police officers’ ethical decision making with regard to reporting a peer’s unethical behaviors within an organization. Peer reporting is a special type of ethical decision making behavior (Barnett, Bass, & Brown, ; Trevino.
Kargin examines police officers' decision making with regard to peer reporting of unethical police behavior. On a theoretical level, a peer reporting model was developed based on Rest's () four components, Trevino's () person-situation interactionist, and, finally, Jones' () issue-contingent models of ethical decision making for investigation of police officers' peer reporting Price: $ ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: ix, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm.
Contents: Theories of ethical decision making --Factors associated with peer reporting --Roadmap to research --Empirical findings --Discussion and Title. Peer Reporting of Unethical Police Behavior (Criminal Justice: Recent Scholarship) by Vedat Kargin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This research hypothesized that two social context conditions influence group members' evaluations of peer reporting of unethical behavior and their own inclination to report peers: the misconduct threatens the interests of group members and peer reporting is denned as a role responsibility of group members.
Two scenario studies provided mixed support for the hypotheses. manages a portfolio of more than journals and over 2, books and book series volumes, as ”, Police Practice and members' evaluations of peer reporting of unethical behavior and.
Most older studies, however, relied on data collected from surveys and interviews of police officers, making it tough to tell if patterns of misconduct were a result of the ripple effect of peer.
This field survey in a fast food restaurant setting tested the hypothesized influences of two social context variables (role responsibility and interests of group members) and justice evaluations (distributive, procedural, and retributive) on respondents' inclination to report theft and their theft reporting behavior.
The results provided mixed support for the hypotheses. Reporting a colleague who is incompetent or who engages in unethical behavior is intended not only to protect patients, but also to help ensure that colleagues receive appropriate assistance from a physician health program or other service to be able to practice safely and ethically.
Physicians must not submit false or malicious reports. Get this from a library. Peer reporting of unethical police behavior. [Vedat Kargin] -- Kargin examines police officers. decision making with regard to peer reporting of unethical police behavior. On a theoretical level, a peer reporting model was developed based on Rest?s ()?four.
LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC. Independent and privately owned, LFB Scholarly publishes the best and newest scholarship for reference, research, and classroom use. Unethical behavior in the workplace runs the gamut from pilfering pens to spreading false rumors to embezzlement and harassment.
Reporting unethical conduct happening at work is the right thing to do, but speaking up can put you in an awkward position. Peer Reporting of Unethical Police Behavior By Vedat Kargin LFB Scholarly, Read preview Overview.
Fallen Blue Knights: Controlling Police Corruption By Sanja Kutnjak Ivkovi ć Oxford University Press, Read. Unethical behavior is something that falls under the gray area and people do not know how to react. It is always good to remember that unethical behavior is an illegal activity and leads to serious consequences when it’s left unaddressed.
For the same, companies boost employees to report regarding unethical behavior in the workplace. Fostering such a climate is an integral part of reducing unethical behavior. In a study conducted by the International Association of Chiefs of Police, 7 of the top 10 issues determined as critically important to officers actively working in the field of law enforcement involved ethics and integrity.
When I’m advising police clients, especially those involved with complaints of off-duty behavior, I inquire into whether the agency has a code of ethics in place. Suffolk County Police. Psychological traps are the root causes of unethical behavior.
Psychological traps are similar to fish traps. A fish trap is comprised of a wire cage with an entrance shaped like a large funnel that narrows toward the inside of the cage; the design of the funnel directs the fish to swim into the trap.
group members' evaluations of peer reporting of unethical behavior and their own inclination to report peers: the misconduct threatens the interests of group members and peer reporting is defined as a role responsibility of group members.
Two scenario studies provided mixed support for the hypotheses, results differing in the two hypothetical. The Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology presents peer-reviewed reports and research findings covering the theory, practice and application of psychological principles in criminal justice, particularly law enforcement, courts, and corrections.
The Journal publishes papers on police psychology including personnel assessment, therapeutic methods, training, ethics and effective. In a labor market context, ethical/unethical behavior can be influenced by (at least) three possible causes: 1.
the influence of others (peer effects), 2. incentives, and 3. supervision. Regarding peer effects, peers´ unethical behavior can influence an observer’s behavior in different ways. The literature focuses on the former. This study focuses on those factors that contribute to unethical, as well as ethical behavior.
This study examines one type of street-level bureaucrat, namely police officers, and their attitudes towards misconduct using existing data from police officers in thirty police agencies.