Is racial profiling a matter of discretion or ethics?
What are the ethical and moral dimensions of racial profiling?
How do people judge other people that they meet?
Why do people judge people by how they look, how they act, or how they present themselves?
Also, be sure to include the following:
Discussion of police culture, discretion, and use of force
Ethics and codes of ethics: at least 3 examples from these areas
An application of ethical and moral concepts to your decision-making process
A discussion of which of the following ethical or moral concepts are present with racial profiling: