Corruption and Anti-Corruption in Policing—Philosophical and by Seumas Miller

By Seumas Miller

High degrees of police corruption were a chronic historic tendency in police companies through the global. whereas the overall sector of shock during this ebook is with police corruption and anti-corruption, the focal point is on convinced key philosophical and moral matters that come up for police corporations confronting corruption. at the normative account proffered during this booklet the significant institutional function of policing is the safety of legally enshrined ethical rights and the significant institutional anti-corruption association is what's often called an integrity method. The latter contains oversight our bodies with investigative powers and inner affairs departments in addition to particular units reminiscent of early caution symptoms, specialist reporting mechanisms and integrity checks. Key strategies analysed within the publication contain corruption, noble reason corruption and collective ethical accountability. the foremost moral matters analysed contain investigative independence, expert reporting, covert operations and integrity tests.

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I have also argued that typically corruptors are morally responsible for performing their corrupt actions. This seems correct so far as it goes. However, some of those who are not morally responsible for having been corrupted are, nevertheless, morally responsible for not now trying to combat their corrupt characters. To that extent they might be held morally responsible for their corrupt actions, even if not for having been corrupted. In the light of the above account of corruption let us return to our earlier question concerning the criminalisation of corruption.

As we have already said, this kind of corruption is known as “noble cause” corruption. Having discussed the causes of police corruption we now turn to a discussion of the general strategy for combating police corruption. g. internal affairs investigations, use of integrity tests, and, indeed, the primary institutional vehicle by means of which this strategy might be realised, namely, an integrity system for police organisations, will be discussed in later chapters. 3 Combating Police Corruption: A General Strategy In this final section, I turn to the question of combating police corruption (Giuliani and Bratton 1995; Prenzler 2007).

2009. Police corruption: Preventing misconduct and maintaining integrity. London: CRC Press. Rashid, Ahmed. 2001. Taliban: The story of the Afghan warlords. London: Pan Books. Shue, Henry. 1984. Basic rights. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Walsh, Patrick and Seumas Miller. 2015. Rethinking ‘five-eyes’ security intelligence collection policies and practices post 9/11/Post-Snowden. Intelligence and National Security published on-line January 22nd 2015. Chapter 2 Police Corruption Abstract Institutional corruption, including police corruption, consist in actions which undermine institutional processes, purposes and persons (qua institutional actors).

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