Ethical Scrapbook Part 1 CJS/211

Topics: Random act of kindness, Crime, Police Pages: 15 (692 words) Published: August 22, 2015
ETHICAL
SCRAPBOOK
PART 1
Jesse Wilkie
CJS/211
8-10-15
Dk Punzi

INTRODUCTION19802004








Good Samaritan Conduct or Random
Acts of Kindness
Acts of Vigilantism- Violating the Law to
Enforce the Law
Acts of Civil Disobedience- Violating the
Law to Change the Law
Criminal Acts Committed by
Professionals in the Course of their
Employment, other than Criminal
Justice Professional

GOOD SAMARITAN CONDUCT OR
RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS


Victor Perez



Girl Abduction
"That's Not Your Little Girl!!!“
Bravery




GOOD SAMARITAN CONDUCT OR
RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS


Volunteering 9/11



World wide devastation
Rescue and Recovery
Over 10,000 volunteers




GOOD SAMARITAN CONDUCT OR
RANDOM ACTS OF KINDNESS


Paul Walker



Charities
Anonymous Humble
Generous Angel in disguise




ACTS OF VIGILANTISM- VIOLATING
THE LAW TO ENFORCE THE LAW


The Subway Vigilante – 1984



37 year old self-employed electrical
engineer Bernhard Goetz Boarded New
York City’s subway system at the 14th
Street Station Four black teenagers:
James Ramseur – 19 years old Darrell
Cabey – 19 years old Troy Canty – 19
years old Barry Allen – 18 years old “
Thug Buster”

ACTS OF VIGILANTISM- VIOLATING
THE LAW TO ENFORCE THE LAW


Crime Wave in South Africa Spurs
Fierce Vigilante Justice – 1996



Furious mob shot and burned Rashaad
Staggie
Tired of police inaction over
gangsterism and intimidation by drug
deal



ACTS OF VIGILANTISM- VIOLATING
THE LAW TO ENFORCE THE LAW


San Antonio Jury Clears Policeman in Slaying of a
Colleague – 1987



Officer Farrell Tucker shot and killed Officer
Stephen R. Smith
Officer Smith was suspended for charges of
brutality
Officer Smith was also linked to several acts of
vigilantism and to three slayings
Officer Smith had planned to kill the assistant
police chief, the deputy chief, and the Bexar County
District Attorney
Officer Smith blamed the three for ruining his
career









ACTS OF CIVIL DISOBEDIENCEVIOLATING THE LAW TO
CHANGE THE LAW


The Singing Revolution



Estonia 1987
Illegal songs / hymes
Lasted 4 years
1991





ACTS OF CIVIL DISOBEDIENCEVIOLATING THE LAW TO CHANGE THE
LAW


Puerto Rico vs US Navy



Weapons testing
David Sanes: APR1999
Cause of Vieques
May 2003





ACTS OF CIVIL DISOBEDIENCEVIOLATING THE LAW TO CHANGE THE
LAW


Latvia



1986
USSR Environmental Protection Club
August 1991




CRIMINAL ACTS COMMITTED
BY PROFESSIONALS


CIA and Drugs



Gary Webb- American investigative
reporter for the San Jose Mercury
News.
Webb published an article in 1996
“Dark Alliance” Nicaraguans linked to
the CIA-backed Contras who had
smuggled cocaine into the U.S.



CRIMINAL ACTS COMMITTED
BY PROFESSIONALS


Doctors with Criminal Backgrounds



Article in Health Matrix: U.S. Physicians
Disciplined for Criminal Activity.
Many Physicians had some type of
criminal background before background
checks were mandatory on doctors.
Database contained 2,903 criminal
conviction-related entries for 2,247
physicians between 1990 and 1999. There
were a total of 3,500 disciplinary orders
taken in those entries.





CRIMINAL ACTS COMMITTED
BY PROFESSIONALS


R. Kelly



Professional R&B singer R. Kelly
2002, received a video in the mail that
allegedly depicted R. Kelly having sex
with an underage girl. "Dozens of girls
— not one, not two, dozens — with
harrowing lawsuits. The videotapes —
and not just one videotape, numerous
videotapes.



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