This webinar is designed to provide an overview of technology and ethics, as well as justice professionals’ use of social media websites. We will review the moral concepts of goodness, right, and obligation, and the ways in which they operate in the workplace.
These concepts are further enhanced during the questions posed during the webinar and chatroom discussions. Additionally, this training is designed to provide participants with a review of some ethical dilemmas that can arise in the workplace. During this webinar, we will:
- Examine ethical dilemmas within social media.
- Illustrate the development of values and biases.
- Define ethics.
- Review the oath of office and codes of ethics.
- Discuss the major ethical principles.
- Review unprofessional conduct.
- List the steps of ethical decision-making and apply to the scenarios.
Denise Beagley, M.Sc., is the manager of Clinical Initiatives and Training for Arizona State University’s (ASU) Center for Applied Behavioral Health Policy and works part-time as a Crisis Intervention Specialist for Chandler, Arizona Fire, Health & Medical. She has worked within the behavioral health system since 2002. Prior to working in Arizona, she completed her master’s degree in counseling psychology at Trinity College Dublin. Beagley’s work has predominately intersected at criminal justice and psychology. While at Trinity College, her research focused on the Garda Síochána (police force in Ireland) and working under stress. Since 2005, Denise has served as an adjunct faculty instructor for the Office of the Courts, Arizona Probation and Crisis Intervention Team. Denise was recently appointed to the Arizona Parents Commission on Drug Education and will serve as a commissioner. Denise has over 19 years of experience working under the umbrella of psychology and criminal justice and serves as a subject matter expert to internal and external ASU departments and provider companies.