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Ethics in Forensic Science 204
Ethics in Testimony

3.0

  • Summarize ethical practices when testifying
  • Indicate the statistical importance of forensic evidence in criminal case outcomes and sentencing
  • Describe the challenges facing the forensic scientist when testifying in court
  • Explain the issues surrounding payment for expert testimony
  • Recognize the benefits of having a standard certification of forensic scientists
  • Outline the confusion that exists concerning the term, “doctor.”
  • Recognize the ethical duty to avoid omissions, over-statements and obfuscation
  • Define scientific certainty versus probability

Grimley, MS, CRC, CCM, IPEC

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Ethics in Forensic Science 203
Ethics Codes in Other Organizations: Structures and Enforcement

3.0

  • Explain the purpose of professional codes of ethics
  • Identify the factors that underlie the need for professional codes of ethics in government and politics
  • Outline attempts to bolster and diminish the codification and enforcement of ethics in Congress and the Executive Branch
  • Give examples of how ethics informs the educational process
  • Describe how religious and business practices are built on ethical standards
  • Discuss the medical code of ethics
  • Cite examples of how conflicting motivations can alter ethical behavior in sports and entertainment
  • List the principles of an ideal ethical structure

Grimley, MS, CRC, CCM, IPEC

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Ethics in Forensic Science 202
The Forensic Practitioner's Quest for Truth

2.0

  • Describe the basic differences amongst the major religions
  • Explain the roles of the scientist in the ethics of truth
  • Outline the sources of risk to maintaining ethical standards in the laboratory
  • List the responsibilities of the forensic specialist when testifying in court
  • Describe how seeking truth in life translates into professional integrity
  • Integrate the “Seven Deadly Sins,” into the ethics of forensic science

Grimley, MS, CRC, CCM, IPEC

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Ethics in Forensic Science 201
A Brief History of Ethics

2.0

  • Define the term meta-ethics
  • Compare and contrast normative ethics and applied ethics
  • Describe the concept of moral psychology
  • Summarize the major theories of descriptive ethics
  • List the similarities and differences of the classic Greek philosophers
  • Compare and contrast the theories of the 20th century philosophers with those of the 15th to 19th centuries

Grimley, MS, CRC, CCM, IPEC

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