ADJ 133-W01 Ethics & the Criminal Justice Professional Spring 2015 Course Number Credits: 3

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1 ADJ 133-W01 Ethics & the Criminal Justice Professional Spring 2015 Course Number Credits: 3 Instructor: Virginia Powell Phone: (540) Instructor Class Location: Online Office Hours: Mon 6:00-7:00pm in FAC2 Adjunct Office Course Description: Ethics & the Criminal Justice Professional - Examines ethical dilemmas pertaining to the criminal justice system, including those in policing, courts and corrections. Focuses on some of the specific ethical choices that must be made by the criminal justice professional. Lecture 3 hours per week. Objective: 1. Introduce students to the study of ethics as a necessary component of the Criminal Justice System. 2. Place morality, ethics, and human behavior in context within the CJ system. 3. Analyze ethical dilemmas. 4. Introduce the various ethical systems. 5. Discuss theories of moral development. 6. Introduce the origins and concepts of justice. 7. Examine the paradigms of law and the individual. 8. Discuss ethics and the criminal justice professional. Learning Outcomes: 1. Demonstrate an understanding of the differences between morality and ethics. 2. Differentiate between the various ethical systems. 3. Demonstrate an understanding of the theories of moral development. 4. Identify the origins and components of justice. 5. Differentiate between the various paradigms of law. 6. Identify noble-cause corruption. 7. Demonstrate an understanding of ethics in the criminal justice professions.

2 Textbook and Supplies: Enforcing Ethics, 4th Edition, Debbie J. Goodman, 2013 ISBN: Professional Ethics in Criminal Justice: Being Ethical When No One is Looking, 3 rd Edition, Jay S. Albanese, 2012 ISBN: Flashdrive: (memory stick) 1GB minimum or other document storage method GCC Policy: Germanna has an policy in effect for all college communications in compliance with VCCS policy. This includes online course related s and is to ensure confidentiality and security. All official communication will be distributed to VCCS accounts only. All students, faculty and staff of the VCCS will use their official VCCS account when conducting VCCS business. is an official method for communication within the Virginia Community College System. Faculty and staff are responsible for reading and responding to in a timely fashion. Students are responsible for the consequences of not reading, in a timely fashion, college-related communication sent to the official VCCS Student account. Faculty members may require for course content delivery, class discussion, and instructor conferencing and may specify course-related policies in their syllabi. Faculty may also require students to confirm their subscription to VCCSprovided mailing lists. If you need help accessing your student account please visit the ACC on either campus. Faculty addresses end and student addresses end Faculty Response Time Students can expect to receive a response to messages or telephone calls made to their faculty member within a 24 hour period Monday through Friday. A response to messages sent over the weekend will be provided by close of business on the following Monday. Important Dates Jan 12 Jan 17 Jan 19 Classes Begin Last Day to Add Martin Luther King Day

3 Important Dates Jan 29 Feb 10 Mar 11 Mar 23 Mar May 6 May 7-13 Last Day to Drop with Refund College Learning Day (No Classes) Student Success Day Last Day to Withdraw Without Academic Penalty Spring Break Classes End Final Examinations Attendance Standard Class attendance requirements are found in the course outline, which the instructor provides to students in each course. Germanna students are expected to be present and on time at all regularly scheduled classes and laboratory meetings. When a faculty member determines that a student has not met the class attendance requirements in the course outline, which will usually conform to the statement at the end of this Standard, the faculty member may submit a Drop/Add Form, showing the last date of attendance by the student, to the Admissions and Records Office. A grade of "W" will be recorded for all withdrawals, whether initiated by the student or by the faculty member through the published "Last day to withdraw without academic penalty." Students withdrawn after the withdrawal deadline will receive a grade of "F" except under mitigating circumstances, which must be documented by the student and approved by the Dean of Instruction. Please see "Withdrawing from a course" under "Registration Information" in the Academic Information section of the Germanna course catalog for additional policy information. Absences listed below are calculated for fifteen-week courses. For eight-week classes, the absences listed below are cut in half; absences in four-week classes are one-fourth of those listed below. For short session courses other than 8 week, please see your instructor for the permitted absences. Weekly attendance is required for online courses. Attendance is measured by weekly logging in and working within the Bb shell of the course. The official GCC withdrawal policy follows: Withdrawal from a course without academic penalty may be made within the first 60% of the course. The student will receive a grade of "W" for withdrawal. After that time, the student will receive a grade of "F". Exceptions to this policy may be considered under mitigating circumstances which must be documented and submitted to

4 the appropriate Dean of Instruction for review and consideration. Please see "Important Dates" in Part B of this syllabus for fifteen-week courses. For Academic Calendars for courses other than fifteen-weeks, click on the Class Schedule link at Click on link for Academic Calendar. Use appropriate class calendar. If class meeting times during the week are: Absences permitted are: Academic Honesty: The faculty of Germanna Community College recognizes that academic honesty is an integral factor in developing and sharing knowledge. We support the concept of academic honesty, practice academic honesty in our classes, and require academic honesty from our students. GCC students are expected to maintain complete honesty and integrity in the completion and presentation of all academic assignments and examinations. Any student found guilty of cheating, plagiarism, or other dishonorable acts in academic work is subject to disciplinary action. Academic dishonesty is cheating and stealing. Academic dishonesty includes, but is not limited to: Using material verbatim from a source without giving credit. Rewriting material from a source without giving credit. Using information from an Internet source without giving credit. Submitting the work of another person as your own work. Using/copying another student's computer disk. Copying from another person's paper/test/homework. Allowing someone else to copy/use your work (e.g., paper, homework, quiz, test). Violating VCCS Computer Ethics Guidelines in the pursuit of academic studies. Grading Policy: Syllabus Quiz: 25 Blackboard Discussions: 175 (25pts Per Discussion Board Forum) Group Project: 150 Exam: 150 Total: Approximately 500 Total Points are Possible. Point total may be adjusted as necessary to meet learning outcomes and/or schedule changes. Grading Scale: A: At least 90% of total points B: At least 80% of total points C: At least 70% of total points D: At least 60% of total points F: Less than 60% of total points

5 Instructor Policies Course Policy: The following guidelines must be followed when sending to the instructor: The subject line must include the class section For example ADJ 247-FH01 The must use proper spelling and grammar. The must be sent from the Blackboard course shell, or your VCCS the instructor will not respond to student s sent from non-vccs accounts. submission of assignments will not be accepted. However, you are encouraged to attach your work when asking specific questions about your assignments. Check your VCCS several times a week at a minimum. Student responsibilities: Participants enrolled in this course should continually monitor their learning, evaluating their own efforts, and actively seek help when needed in a timely manner. To successfully complete the Teaching Online Program, you will need to assume an active role in the learning process; ask questions, complete assignments, participate in discussion and group chat sessions, and complete all assignments. Instructor Responsibilities: It is my responsibility to help students grow and learn. This means that I will try to provide clear instructions for all projects, answer questions about the assignments, identify additional resources as necessary, provide review questions and study guides for assessments, and provide rubrics and other criteria for evaluation of projects. This is never a static course - referenced readings, software versions and hardware specifications can change quickly. In this environment, the instructor is always evaluating, revising and clarifying questions and problems. Instructional Approach: Communication, student-to-student and student-to-instructor, is critical in an online course. Since we cannot have class discussions in the traditional sense, we will use various features built into Blackboard s Communication system in lieu of face-to-face interaction. Participation: You must participate during class discussions with thoughtful and relevant information. (Note: We are all adults and others opinions, while the may differ from our own, will be respected.) Submission of Assessments: Assignments, Discussions, and Paper(s) Assignments must comply with the following class policies: Assignments must be completed using Microsoft Office Word Processor. Assignments will be submitted in Blackboard unless indicated otherwise under Blackboard Assignments. Each assessment has a specific due date and must be submitted/completed no later than that date. After said due date, the link will no longer appear in Blackboard and you will not be able to submit the assignment/, project, or paper(s).

6 Blackboard Assignment instructions supersede instructions in the textbook. All documents submitted must include your full name and class section in the document properties - points will be deducted for missing/incomplete document properties. All documents submitted in Blackboard must be free of spelling and grammatical errors or points will be deducted. Students must double check that the assignment submitted in Blackboard is the correct assignment always download and view your submissions. No credit will be given for assignments that cannot be viewed by the instructor through Blackboard. Assignments must be substantively completed and submitted in order to have corresponding assignments graded. IMPORTANT: Observation of "Netiquette" All of your online communications need to be composed with fairness, honesty and tact. Spelling and grammar are very important in online communication. What you put into an online communication reflects on your level of professionalism. Several netiquette guidelines are listed below: Sentence Capitalization: Typing in all caps is considered screaming. Example: SUNDAY WILL BE A LONG DAY! Various studies have concluded that typing in all caps takes longer and is more difficult to read. Recipient may think you are overly excited. Leaving the subject field blank: Always fill in the subject with a concise statement describing the . Do not use all caps or put in phrases such as Help or Hi. Failure to follow netiquette guidelines when filling in the subject line of an may result in your correspondence being discarded as spam. Colored text and background colors: Use colors sparingly in your s whether it is text or fill colors Certain colors can make s difficult to read. Return receipt request: These allow you to track when the recipient opens your you should use this feature sparingly. Can be very annoying to the recipient of the . Grammar and spelling check: Proofread s for errors. Capitalize your sentences and use appropriate punctuation. Refrain from using multiple!!!!!!! or????????

7 These netiquette guidelines will help to ensure you are courteous and use proper manners while corresponding with your friends, family and business associates. All files created must be saved in at least two separate locations. Sometimes things happen such as your home computer becoming unavailable, or loss of your storage device. If you save your assignments in at least two places, you will always have a backup copy to submit by the due date. Blackboard is an excellent storage area for work in progress. Late assignments will NOT be accepted. Internet Demeanor: The Internet is a wonderful technological capability that requires users to exercise good judgment and the use of acceptable Internet etiquette. Students should review college-wide policies pertaining to the use of Germanna computers as well as the VCCS. Those policies are found at the following Internet URL /CollegePolicies.pdf Writing and Communication Skills: Participants should possess a firm command of written communication skills, including the mechanics of writing and grammar, the ability to organize thoughts, and the ability to demonstrate those skills in all written work. Course Outline

8 Weeks Assignments Due Dates Class Begins Week 1 01/12/15 Week 2 01/19/15 Week 3 01/26/15 Week 4 02/02/15 Syllabus Review Introductions Chapter 1 (Goodman) Exploring Ethics & PowerPoint Chapter 1 (Albanese) Recognizing Ethical Decisions Chapter 2 (Goodman) An Ethics Discussion & PowerPoint Chapter 2 (Albanese) Virtue Ethics Chapter 3 (Goodman) Contributing factors & Power Point Chapter 3 (Albanese) Formalism Chapter 4 (Goodman) Ethical Encounters 1-85 & PowerPoint Chapter 4 (Albanese) Utilitarianism Syllabus Quiz Due Before 11:59pm on 01/18/15 Introduction Discussion 01/16/15 Before 11:59pm and 11:59pm on 01/18/15. Discussion Board 01/23/15 Before 11:59pm and 11:59pm on 01/ 25/15 Discussion Board 01/30/15 Before 11:59pm and 11:59pm on 02/01/15 Discussion Board 02/06/15 Before 11:59pm and 11:59pm on 02/08/15 Week 5 02/09/15 Week 6 02/16/15 Chapter 5 (Goodman) Noteworthy Case & PowerPoint Chapter 5 (Albanese) Crime and Law Chapter 6 (Goodman) Points to Ponder and Discuss & PowerPoint Chapter 6 (Albanese) Police Discussion Board 02/13/15 Before 11:59pm and 11:59pm on 02/15/15 Discussion Board 02/20/15 Before 11:59pm and 11:59pm on 02/22/15

9 Week 7 02/23/15 Week 8 03/02/15 Week 9 03/09/15 Week 10 03/16/15 Week 11 03/23/15 Week 12 03/30/15 Week 13 04/06/15 Chapter 7 (Goodman) Where Do We Go From Here? & PowerPoint Chapter 7 (Albanese) Courts Chapter 8 (Goodman) Answer Guide to Scenarios Chapter 8 (Albanese) Punishment & Corrections Chapter 9 (Albanese) Liability Chapter 10 (Albanese) The Future Group A PowerPoint Presentation posted to Discussion Board by 03/23/15 Group B PowerPoint Presentation posted to Discussion Board by 03/30/15 Group C PowerPoint Presentation posted to Discussion Board by 04/06/15 Possible Courthouse Tour 02/23/15 7pm Discussion Board 03/06/15 Before 11:59pm and 11:59pm on 03/08/15 Responses (One) per other students no later than 11:59pm on 03/29/15. Responses (One) per other students no later than 11:59pm on 04/05/15. Responses (One) per other students no later than 11:59pm on 04/12/15. Week 14 04/13/15 Group D PowerPoint Presentation posted to Discussion Board by 04/13/15 Responses (One) per other students no later than 11:59pm on 04/19/15. Week 15 04/20/15 Examination Week 04/27/15 Grades Due 05/04/15 Exam Review Exam completed through Blackboard Class Ends Available to complete but not required. Blackboard Exam must be submitted on 04/29/15 no later than 11:59pm. Grades posted as soon as possible.

10 Participants will complete the following assignments by the specified due date (late work will NOT be accepted). Specific requirements for each assignment are spelled out in the assignment section of Blackboard. Note: The following schedule is intended to provide a relative framework for course topics and assignments. Due to the nature of online courses, including delivery mode, and potential technical glitches, problems will likely occur that will affect the actual schedule. Additionally, course adjustments may be based upon on-going class progress assessments. Additions and deletions will occur at the instructor's discretion. For all discussion forums please note that you will NOT receive full credit unless you post and original thread and reply to a minimum of two of your peers original threads. Research Skills: Participants should possess computer skills to do online research using a variety of legitimate search engines; be familiar with your college s library website and available methods of obtaining articles and documents via Germanna s library resource site. We will be using APA citation for all assignments in which you use outside information. If it was not your own idea it is consider outside information and you must cite. See the PowerPoint in Blackboard under Resources for appropriate citation. Also refer to the website Assignments Syllabus Quiz: To start this course off I have created a syllabus quiz to ensure that you thoroughly review the syllabus and have a good understanding of how this course works and what is expected. You will have until January 18 th 11:59pm to complete and submit your answers. Blackboard Discussion Forum: These assignments judge your response to discussion questions on Blackboard/Connect and any other additional forums for the given week. You will have to complete one original post and two responses to classmate s original posts each week. Original posts are due on Friday no later than 11:59pm. Responses to two classmates original posts are due Sunday no later than 11:59pm. Group Project: This assignment is designed to assess your understanding of a topic. The group project must be created in Google Drive and have a minimum of 10 slides. All members of the group should have access to the project, which means you will have to select a group leader to open the project and add/share the project with the other members of the group. All of the information you will need to create this presentation is found under Google in your content area of Blackboard. The

11 project should be completed according to the Group Project Rubric. That information can be found under Rubric in the content area of your Blackboard. You should still format your project according to APA standards. Minimum of 3 outside sources (this can include your book), you must reference your sources according to APA guidelines. Your groups and the project due date will be assigned the first week of class. Exam: There will be a cumulative exam at the end of the semester. The exam will cover all of the required readings, PowerPoint s, videos, and discussion boards. It will be a 50 multiple choice questions as well as 2 short answer questions. I will provide a study guide for you to use in preparation of the exam. Your exam will be posted by midnight April 20 th and you will have until April 29 th 11:59pm to complete and submit your answers. Services and Emergency Procedure Disability Information: If you are a student with a disability and will need accommodations while enrolled in this course, please contact the Coordinator of Disability Services in the Counseling Center, ( at the Fredericksburg Area Campus or at the Locust Grove Campus). Student Academic Services: Library Services Library Services offers a rich variety of resources to Germanna students from workshops on how to conduct academic research to an online catalog of print and electronic resources available at the Locust Grove Campus, the Fredericksburg Area Campus, and the Daniel Technology Center in Culpeper. FAC s Information Commons provides a quiet place to research and write. Library staff can aid students with their research. Students can access thousands of journal titles, most of which are full text. E-books are available in a variety of disciplines and for leisure reading. Students are encouraged to take advantage of library resources by visiting any of Germanna s libraries and exploring the online resources at: Tutoring Services The Tutoring Services Department offers a variety of free academic support programs for Germanna students at both the Locust Grove and Fredericksburg Area campuses. Daniel Center students should contact the Locust Grove tutoring office regarding available services and Stafford Center students should contact the FAC Tutoring Services Office for available services. To schedule an individual tutoring appointment, call or visit the Locust Grove or Fredericksburg Tutoring Centers.

12 Online tutoring is available during daytime, evening and weekend hours. Registered students may access online tutoring by clicking on the Smarthinking link from the Tutoring Services website. Supplementary academic materials are available free of charge from Tutoring Services, and they may also be downloaded from the Tutoring Services website: Tutoring Services operates a daily walk-in Writing Lab and Math Lab as well as providing a variety of study skills and academic workshops. Students may register for the Test Taking/Test Anxiety Workshop, Grammar Workshop, APA/MLA Workshop, TI83/84 Calculator Workshop, Computer Competency Workshop, Note-taking, Spanish Discussion Group, Drug Calculation Workshop, and the Basic PC Skills Mini Course by visiting or calling our offices. Several of these workshops may also be viewed online from the Online Tutoring Resources section of the Tutoring Services website: Academic Computing Center The ACC provides computer access to students needing to work on class work, check , blackboard, etc. Students also can apply, register for classes or change classes, check grades, etc. using mygcc. Staff is available to assist students with various computer issues and services. Student can access the internet and MS Office Suite, and placement testing is administered at LGC. Testing Services Testing Services provide proctor services for make-up and distance learning tests. Test proctoring for various nursing exams, dental hygiene, exit exams and other college/university testing as well. To determine the hours of the Testing Center, go to the website Emergency Procedures: Emergency procedures are posted in individual classrooms. Students must familiarize themselves with the procedures to be followed, and the escape routes to be followed when necessary. Faculty will go through the classroom emergency procedures during the first class meeting and students are to record these procedures in their class notes. Faculty may elect to provide written instructions within the first two class meetings. Syllabus Subject to Change

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