Virtual Special Issue - Police and Policing Criminal Justice Ethics

Criminal Justice Ethics

Criminal Justice Ethics addresses ethical issues arising in all of the contexts of criminal justice, exploring their conceptual, normative, and empirical aspects and the relations between them. Ethical issues concerning criminal justice require multi-disciplinary study and study that integrates theoretical, empirical, and practical concerns. One of the journal’s purposes is to enlarge and deepen the study of those ethical issues, publishing work that advances the discussions and arguments concerning both the formulation of the issues and the ways they are addressed.

The following papers from previous volumes of the journal explore the theme of police and policing. All of the articles are free to access until the end of 2016 by clicking the article links.