This is an important concept because it explains that officers should not follow society and pressure from the public and media but follow the laws that our country. This a good thing to have when dealing with persuasive criminals and individuals. Both officers and civilians benefit from this principle because it protects both parties. Officers also need to know the laws, so they can stay away form trouble and not be deceived by public persuasion. This is a good thing to have in America today, because many criminals will say anything to get out of punishment.
The Crown claimed that Boyd had the right to push a few inches into the apartment, because he was attempting to preserve the safety of himself and the others with him. All three courts that the case went through decided that MacDonald’s Charter rights had not been violated by Boyd. This was because Boyd had a justifiable reason to believe MacDonald might be a threat to public safety, and he violated the right as little as possible in that specific situation. This decision does reflect the concept of liberalism in many ways. The fact that Boyd was a police officer was not the reason MacDonald’s accusation of a Charter breach was turned down.
As a social worker it is Evita’s responsibility to always practice honesty and to not be associated with any dishonesty. It is also Envita’s responsibility to ensure that parents are doing their jobs and the children are safe within their current situation. Even if Evita may assume that reporting this information to the physician will do little good, it is still what is right especially when referring back to the Social work code of ethics. Evita has agreed to act in a certain professional standard as a social worker and she is not following these standards if she chooses to not be honest about the information regarding this situation. If Evita in fact recognizes that Eric has died from a different cause then SIDS, it is wrong for Evita to not go ahead and report this knowledge to the physician.
However, he would argue that she still has a moral responsibility because of having free will, so she is not off-the-hook with this internal force that compels her to pull out her hair. Harry Frankfurt, in looking at this case with Tracy pulling her hair out, would say that there is free will only if Tracy wills to do something and it is not forced, and he would hold her morally responsible only if there was an alternative choice for Tracy. Since behavior modification therapy might help Tracy to control this condition that causes her to pull out her hair, Frankfurt might say that she is not morally responsible so long as the impulse control fails her and she had no other alternative. It comes down to a question of coercion; whether the medical condition coerced Tracy to pull out her hair, even
For Lindsey she needs psychological help and realization of why she steals, because she comes from a high income household she does not steal for means of survival. Her father needs to be actively and positive involvement in her restorative justice process in order for it to be completely successful. Lindsey needs to be educated on her crimes and what are the possibilities if she doesn’t go down that route. Since Lindsey has a passion she needs to embraced it into her program and the program needs to included possible connections to he passion in order to created a stake of conformity. Restorative justice programs will help Lindsey not become a Chronic
Although it might be harder for someone to get to places away from the city or that are really far away because they do not have a car; Passenger cars still should be banned in cities with extensive public transportation. The reasoning for this is that it would make the city a more healthy place to live. It creates jobs, and banning cars would help the environment. Makes the city a healthy place to live. Banning passenger cars would make a city with extensive public transportation a more healthy place to live in because it would get people outside walking and doing things more.
In this perspective, planners would serve as neutral guardians of the set of rules that would guide public interest to urban reality, supported by the collected data that framed a city’s resources, possibilities, and needs. Opposition to this approach criticized practice evidenced equally impossible to accomplish a plan’s final goals as to guarantee planners’ lack of interests and proclivities. However, I would encourage this approach’s value must be examined as an answer to a context of urban legal ambiguity in which city planning is just setting its foundations. Since municipalities lacked instruments to guide its city’s general development, “Haar made the case for the master plan, showing how it ought to serve as an impermanent constitution, guiding all land use regulation” . We must recognize planner’s role is shaped to validate this comprehensive vision’s suitability, considering their knowledge and objective analysis of the information would allow them to protect the city, and its people, against arbitrariness by guaranteeing clear rules and equal protection under the law.
The fundamental principle that legal wrongs should be remedied outweighs the complete absence of evidence to support the claims of dire consequences if liability was found. Lady Hale, also dissenting, generally supported the analysis of Lord Kerr and would also have allowed the Appellants’ appeal. She stated in her judgement, the policy reasons said to preclude a duty in a case such as this are diminished by the fact that the police already owe a common law, positive duty in public law to protect members of the public from harm caused by third parties, as well as by the existence of the ECHR claims. In her judgement she cites the two main objections to imposing such duty as Hill v Chief Constable of West Yorkshire and Brooks v Metropolitan Police Commissioner which set out that he police cannot be held liable for negligence in course of investigating or preventing crime. Whilst the principle is no longer regarded as an immunity, for policy reasons, no liability is imposed by the law.
Virtues and values are crucial to the achievement of social order because they prevent people from acting in just any manner they deem fit. Whereas the modern societies lay claim to having or providing freedom to the people to do whatever they see fit as long as the actions are legal, there are certain actions that are not illegal and at the same time not morally upright. Religion thereby provides a means through which the society can control the behavior of its members through adhering to values and virtues. Mengzian Confucianism teaches people the values and virtues that they need to live by in order to avoid the creation of social disorder within the society. In the ancient times especially, Mengzian Confucianism was crucial in the maintenance of social order in china since people had a system that ensured that everyone would live according to certain rules set by the Mengzian Confucianism.
To perform this task the representative must determine the expectation and need of the residents. This principle recognises the need for people to have a voice in their government. Councillors need to carry out their duties in a transparent and accountable way. Their actions must be visible to the public so that the public is able to object when their interests are not being met. The councillor’s task as a representative depends on what they make of it.
The city of Memphis is in need of a program that will reduce the amount of gang violence present within the community. The City Council is having a difficult time proposing a program without the essential expertise, that’s where I come in. The intervening variables of the program must be revealed in order to propose a program that will be both effective and beneficiary. By understanding the variables that could possibly have a positive or negative affect on a program and its participants will result in a higher probability of success. It is better to be aware of something than for it to go unknown.
This was portrayed in the documentary by one of the police officers who said you might not achieve a good or desired result sometimes but a good result might just be that you have successfully disrupted the situation. Like in most of the cases the girls went back home. Their parents were not persecuted but they became aware that they are being watched by the authorities. Social worker is a relationship-based profession nevertheless it is their moral duty to challenge injustice in the society. I learnt in today’s session that cultural diversity can create ethical dilemmas for social works and in cases there would be no direct answers.
People observing this phenomenon have noticed that gentrification can improve living conditions and can also leave many people displaced . But finding out if gentrification leaves a positive or negative impact on American communities will need to be determined by weighing the problems and the solutions it brings. There are multiple problems that appear with the process of gentrification. Craig S. Wilder, a history professor at