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Ethics in Forensic Science
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A reference that illustrates the theory and application of acting ethically by presenting varying perspectives for practitioners in forensic sciences

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1. A Brief History of Ethics Jennifer Downs 2. The Forensic Practitioner's Quest for Truth Fr. William Willoughby, III, Sister Elena Thompson, and J.C. Upshaw Downs 3. General Forensic Ethical Dilemmas Jay A. Siegel 4. Codes of Ethics in Forensic Science Societies: The Organizational Parameters of Morality and Conduct Kenneth E. Melson 5. Ethical Foundations for SANE Practice Linda E. Ledray and Susan Chasson 6. Ethics Codes in Other Organizations: Structures and Enforcement J.C. Upshaw Downs and Anjali Ranadive Swienton 7. Teaching Ethics Max M. Houck and Robin T. Bowen 8. Ethics in Law Enforcement; Defining the Thin Blue Line Fred E. Stephens 9. Criminal Investigational Ethics James Markey 10. Ethics in the Crime Laboratory and in Crime Scene Investigations Barry A.J. Fisher 11. Ethics for Child Abuse Prosecutors - A Call to Leadership Rachelle L. Carnesale 12. Ethical Duties of Attorneys and Experts in Cases Involving Forensic Evidence, from the Perspective of the Defense Andrea Roth 13. Ethics in Testimony Joseph P. Bono, Anjali Ranadive Swienton and J.C. Upshaw Downs 14. Judicial Ethics Haskell M. Pitluck 15. Ethics, Forensics, and the Post-Conviction Process Jules Epstein 16. Whistle Blowers J.C. Upshaw Downs 17. Ethics in Media Anjali Ranadive Swienton and J.C. Upshaw Downs

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"Downs, a medical examiner and consultant, and Swienton, a forensic attorney and consultant, provide forensic and criminal justice practitioners, crime scene investigators and photographers, law enforcement training centers, police academies and local agencies, and forensic consultants and scientists with a guide to ethics in forensic science. It contains 17 chapters by forensic science, law, and other specialists from the US who discuss the history of ethics, provide brief synopses of major theorists, and address topics like the religious perspective of applied ethics in forensics; general ethical dilemmas; codes of ethics in forensic science societies and other organizations (education, business, religion, medicine, etc.); the Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner model; teaching ethics; criminal investigation, crime lab and crime scene, and judicial ethics; the post-conviction process; whistleblowers; and ethics in law enforcement, for child abuse prosecutors and defense attorneys, in testimony of forensic practitioners, and in media."--Reference and Research Book News, Inc. "This book attempts to answer the question: "When is ethical, ethical, and when is it not?" Its contributors write on topics such as general forensic ethical dilemmas; codes of ethics as spelled out by forensic science societies; ethics in SANE practice; how to teach ethics; ethics in law enforcement, criminal investigations, crime laboratories, and crime scene investigations; and ethics for attorneys, prosecutors, and expert witnesses."--Evidence Technology Magazine, July-August 2012, page 4

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