Mandating and enforcing culture

However, because police officers are human beings chosen from the public, leaders cannot expect total absence of corruption and unethical behavior.The question is whether organizations are doing enough to reinforce ethics training and reduce misconduct.This desire and type of profile sometimes can lead to “means-end” corruption.[2]Unscrupulous behavior can manifest itself in small, subtle ways that sometimes lead unmonitored law enforcement personnel to more severe acts.Officers start to believe the means is justified by the end—what leads up to an arrest is necessary as long as the suspect is apprehended.Most attempted to enforce strict religious observance.Laws mandated that everyone attend a house of worship and pay taxes that funded the salaries of ministers.


Cadets receive ethics training in academies to reinforce the importance of high ethical behavior and its relationship to the profession.

Individuals who strive to become police officers often have a natural tendency to serve and protect.


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