Police Stress

Ethics are a set of values defining right from wrong that consists of standard conduct and moral judgment, and guide to decision relating to moral duty and obligation. For example, is it right to tell a lie when your girlfriend asks you if the hair color, burgundy brings out her skin complexion? So which is more ethnical, lying or being unkind when giving a discrete answer?   The nature of ethics is based on two concepts values and purposes. These concepts can be used to justify one’s moral conduct and moral judgment upon making a logical decision within any situation or dilemma.   Moreover, ethics provides us with the tools to determine whether or not we should do a certain action in extent to which past action should have been done.
The role of how ethics plays in policing is complete responsibility to adhere to moral duty and obligations in which police officers are inherent to do. Ethics role in policing reflects among ethical conflicts that arise when the actions of one person or a group of people interfere with the interests of another person, group of people, or the community as a whole.  Everyday, police officers ethical standards involves a series of choices when dealing with ethnical dilemmas that may challenge their intellect while performing on duty.   Police officers must develop decision-making strategies before they confront ethical dilemmas, like "What should I do?" and "What will I do?" If a person must choose between two options that do not oppose one another, selecting an option becomes a matter of choice and not a decision between right and wrong.

Officer’s ethical standards is providing communication, protection, and instilling confidence within all areas such as professional, personal, and citizens.   Some ethical values of policing are honesty, fidelity, and personal integrity. In these cases, police officers must use their own discretion and ability to recognize basic ethical issues and principles that they can use when they encounter...