Handling ethical problems in counterterrorism
An inventory of methods to support ethical decisionmaking
- Introduction to applied ethics
- Key ethical problems in counterterrorism
- Methods to support ethical decision-making
- Implications for managing ethical problems in counterterrorism
- Reding, A., Gorp, A. van, Robertson, K., Walczak, A., Giacomantonio, C., Hoorens, S.
- RAND Europe, WODC
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- Rand Europe
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Counterterrorism professionals routinely face decisions that appear to require trade-offs between moral values such as privacy, liberty and security, and broader human rights considerations. Given that ethics are integral to this field, it is essential that counterterrorism professionals are proficient at making types of decision. The objective of this study is to outline the methods that counterterrorism professionals could draw on to support their ethical decision-making process.
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- Rand Europe - Westbrook Centre