"The strengths in this book include the current issues associated with correctional professionals. The topics are on target, particularly in the areas within corrections and the community. I particularly appreciate the review of basic philosophy and where some of the values and morals were developed; however, you did not make this a philosophical class, but one of practicality."
"Pollock does a good job of making most of the topics clear. This is a great text for introductory courses in ethics. The overall structure and focus of the text is very good for this size and type."
"I selected the Pollock text because I felt that it provides excellent coverage of ethics for each of the components of the criminal justice system--the police, courts, and corrections--covers ethical perspectives very well, and raises important ethical issues in criminal justice. Pollock also does a careful job updating each new edition. The major reason for choosing this book is its coverage of the material." This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
I can't figure out why I ordered the book but I will add it to my collection.Published 1 month ago by jody
Literally got the book, I opened it and chapters 1-4 are not even attached to the binding. I cannot even sell this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by N. Gazza
the book was in good conditions but two of my pages was stuck together so i cant read those two pages of the chapterPublished 16 months ago by Pink Diamond
The book overall does what it is intended to do. One will learn ethics from it. I just find it very hard to get through a thirty page chapter, when it is dull and boring. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Alexander Johns