One of the world’s most horrible crimes is homicide. Homicide is taking the life of another human being by another human being. Homicide is classified in 3 ways justifiable, excusable, and criminal. Another crime I want to discuss is burglary. Burglary is also called breaking and entering into someone’s home or business by gaining entry with the intentions of committing an offense. Burglary is also a felony one must use force to gain entry in order for it to be considered a burglary. Investigations must be ethical. An investigator must be professional and compliant when investigating these crimes.
Ethical and Legal Preparations
Ethics is a big part of investigating homicides and burglaries. Homicide is a horrible crime and should be treated as such. If an investigator is investigating a homicide that was committed by a homosexual lover and the investigator had a hatred for homosexuals he must still investigate this crime with compassion and professionalism. A homicide detective must be aware of the ethical issues that can be involved if he is unwilling to do a good job while investigating this crime. These issues could be bought up in court if the investigator has made remarks to other investigators about his hatred for homosexuals and if the case were not investigated thoroughly and properly the investigator could get into legal trouble.
However an investigator feels personally about a victim he must still use his common sense and ethical values to solve this crime with dignity. Burglary in my opinion also has victims. Many people think that just because someone wasn’t hurt physically and it didn’t happen to them it...