Philosophical and Practical Approach for Balancing Issues

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Students, please view the "Submit a Clickable Rubric Assignment" in the Student Center. Instructors, training on how to grade is within the Instructor Center. Assignment 3: Philosophical and Practical Approach for Balancing Issues Due Week 10 and worth 200 points Before writing your position statement on Philosophical and Practical Approach for Balancing Issues, you should read Chapters 1 through11 in your textbook. Then, research at least three (3) peer-reviewed articles about individual rights, morality, ethics, individual rights, duty, or codes of conduct for criminal justice professionals. Write a three to five (3-5) page paper in which you: 1. Create a philosophy and approach for balancing the issues of individual rights and the public’s protection. Provide one to two (1 to 2) examples illustrating how you will balance the two issues in your own career in law enforcement. 2. Determine a philosophy and approach for balancing the use of reward and punishment in criminal justi

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CriminologyNameInstitution affiliationPhilosophical and practical approach to balancing issuesPhilosophy is a study of factors that influence certain factors of life that seem to be debatable. A philosophy is a statement that is created after much consideration of someone's beliefs state of mind and the reason the thing is happening that way. Individual's right and the public protection seem to be intertwined. However, philosophically, we can say that each person has the right to be protected by the state from harmful people. Harmful people here are thieves who might kill them or steal their property or any individual who threatens their life. Life, its self, is sacred and should not be taken away by anybody including self, willingly. This is a philosophy of human right, and it is a right of each (Skoll, 2009).Public protection is whereby the public should be offered state protection. For instance, the public should be protected from anticipated danger. Anticipated danger could be something like protection from terrorist attacks whereby the government is mandated to protect a country's border to ensure that no one from the outside or from within will threaten the security of the individuals.In my career of law enforcement, I would ensure that I ensure that the individual's right and public protection is achieved. For example, where one steals from a person, that is denying the person his right to own a property and denying their peace. Stealing is the

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