CRJ 524: Week 4 Discussion 1 and Discussion 2

CRJ 524: Week 4 Discussion 1 

Ethics In Criminal Justice Policy Making

Chapter 9 in your text details a number of ethical considerations in criminal justice policy making. From the chapter, choose one of the following issues: public opinion about punishment, mandatory minimum sentencing, the “War on Drugs,” truth in sentencing, or sexual predators. Create at least three moral guidelines for the creation of effective criminal justice policies to address your chosen issue.

Guided Response: What is a moral guideline? Whenever you present an analysis, it is always a great idea to define your major terms in your presentations. Begin the discussion with a working definition of a moral guideline, and if necessary, explain that term in light of criminal justice issues. Remember, all policies need to focus on maximum effectiveness for the actions sought.

Review your colleagues’ posts, and substantively respond in a meaningful way to at least two of your peers. Continue to monitor the discussion forum until 5:00 p.m. (Mountain Time) on Day 7, and respond with robust dialogue to anyone who replies to your initial post.

 

CRJ 524: Week 4 Discussion 2

  • In this discussion, address capital punishment and its implementation in the United States. Examine its use and application against the logical fallacy of “two wrongs make a right.” If capital punishment can be proven to be a logical fallacy, discuss the efficacy of its continued use.

Guided Response: Your analyses here will be rooted in both logic and ethics. What is the best, rational argument in support of capital punishment? How can the pros to capital punishment overcome the logical fallacy of “two wrongs make a right”?

States within the US which allow death by electrocution:

Alabama

Arkansas

Florida

Kentucky

Oklahoma

South Carolina

Tennessee

Virginia

Three states allow the gas chamber:

Arizona

Missouri

Wyoming

Source: (Berman, & Barnes, n.d.)

 

These states allow hanging:

Delaware

New Hampshire

Washington These (2) states allow the firing squad:

Oklahoma

Utah

 

Source: (Berman, & Barnes, n.d.)

Field of study: 
Date Due: 
Saturday, November 16, 2019

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