Ethics of Environmental Enforcement (Web-based)
This course will identify the ways in which unethical behaviors, by white collar criminals, might affect the course of an inspection or an investigation. Course Objectives: Defining ethics as it is related to the environmental enforcement professional; Understanding the concept of environmental justice; Understanding the difference between ethics and morals; Understanding the ethical issues for the environmental enforcement professional. This course is offered through Project EnCriPT, Environmental Crime Program Training. Project EnCriPT is a training resource for various aspects of environmental enforcement. It is a cooperative agreement between the United States Environmental Protection Agency and the Bill Blackwood Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas, or LEMIT, a division of Sam Houston State University's Criminal Justice Center.
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