Put simply, the use of racial characteristics could exacerbate racism in society, and lead to the abuse and harassment of racial minorities 3 thus, pre-emptive racial profiling is controversial on two grounds: first, because it is pre-emptive, and secondly, because of the use of race in pre-emptive police work.
Profiling seems to be unavoidable to some degree however, regardless, racial and religious profiling do pose an ethical dilemma in a benign sense, racial profiling could be defined as attributing certain qualities to races or nations, and from that generalization, drawing certain conclusions about the attributes or character of a particular individual because he is a part of that race or religion. Representation many accuse law enforcement of racial profiling and targeting minorities therefore over loading the system with the police arresting far more minorities than whites, it would stand to reason that more minorities would receive prison time this is not the case.
First, there’s a consequentialist approach racial profiling, by hypothesis, can be an effective tool of policing, increasing the likelihood that investments of police effort will lead to arrests it’s at least conceivable, perhaps likely, that the benefits brought to society through racial profiling outweigh the costs.
Racial profiling is the product of unethical and immoral ideals and beliefs in action (savive, 2012) racial profiling violates both the fourth and fourteenth amendments to the united states (us) constitution. Ethical issues in racial profiling later, the issue of double standards pertaining to race and ethnicity still remains quite controversial.
Dna profiling and criminal justice: ethical and legal issues 1079 words jan 30th, 2018 4 pages the emergence of dna evidence as a source of evidence in this search has become a powerful ally for both the prosecution and defense in criminal trials and there has been no clear cut advantage gained by either side of the equation.
Racial profiling and jury trials lever, annabelle // jury expertjan2009, vol 21 issue 1, p21 the article reports on legal issues which involves the participation of police practice in racial profiling in the us jury selection system.
Profiling, ethical issues profiling is known by a variety of terms, including criminal investigation analysis, crime scene analysis, behavioral evidence analysis, psychological profiling, biopsychosocial profiling, psychosocial profiling, investigative process management, criminal profiling , psychological criminal profiling, criminal behavioral profiling, offender profiling, and criminal personality profiling.