At present, values, ethics and professional conduct is one of the perceive problems in the government including the law enforcement service where most of criminology graduates and practitioners are employed with. Agents of law enforcement services are commonly accused of unethical and unprofessional conduct in the performance of their official functions. We even heard in the news that criminology students are accused of lacks of good values due to their allege involvement in violations of law where people started to believe that criminology schools might be the breading place of criminals.
Hence, authors of this book find compelling reasons to provide educational tool to effectively inculcate values and ethics that can be utilized by criminology professors in their teaching to prepare this future criminologists to become the type of professionals that can change this bad perception of the public towards criminology and law enforcers.
Brian B. Guerrero, Ronith L. Molato, Edwin F. Cortejo