|1.||Demonstrate a foundational understanding of ethical frameworks and theories that underpin professional practice in criminal justice contexts;|
|2.||Apply the study of ethics to the practices and relations of criminal and social justice;|
|3.||Apply ethical principles to 'real life' problems and issues in professional practice within the criminal justice system.|
|Test||1 x 2 Multiple Choice tests 15 % each||30%|
|Essay||Analyse ethical and moral perspectives related to criminal justice||30%|
|Exercise||A review of a case and present (Report, Debate and Presentation on the findings)||40%|
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