This essay focuses on women who abuse substances.More important than arguing what you think is the “right answer” is your ability to back up what ever decision you make based on a concept from the code of ethics.
Use the NASW Code of Ethics (Link Below) https://www.socialworkers.org/About/Ethics/Code-of-Ethics Using the Code of Ethics as a guide, what values and principles can you identify to guide decision making related to the following issue: “Should pregnant women who abuse substances be incarcerated to protect the developing fetus?” 1. After exploring arguments using the code of ethics standards, post your discussion utilize at least 3 different the code of ethics standards what you think.
More important than arguing what you think is the “right answer” is your ability to back up what ever decision you make based on a concept from the code of ethics.
If you say “Pregnant women should not be incarcerate” you must back this up with a reason base on 3 code of ethics standards. Your total word count for your entry and your response should be at least 250 words. My Point of View: I think that pregnant women should not be incarcerate. I want my point of view and what I think and feel about that, to be convey in this answer. Please and thank you.
At the same time of productive bipartisan discussions about improving. Criminal justice policies and reducing prison populations, the U.S. continues to grapple with troubling racial tensions. The focus of most recent concern lies in regular reports of police brutality against people of color. Some of which have resulted in deaths of black men by law enforcement officers after little or no apparent provocation.
Without acknowledgement of racial and ethnic disparities in the prison system, and focus attention on reduction of disparities. Since the majority of people in prison are sentence at the state level rather than the federal level. It is critical to understand the variation in racial and ethnic composition across states, and the policies. The day-to-day practices that contribute to this variance. Incarceration creates a host of collateral. Consequences that include restrict employment prospects, housing instability, family disruption, stigma, and disenfranchisement. These consequences set individuals back by imposing new punishments after prison.