If a young boy, upset over a lost bicycle, approaches two police officers during their dinner, what is the ethical thing to do? Should they immediately interrupt their dinner and search for the missing bicycle? Should they take a report to make the boy feel better, knowing they will not or cannot do anything about it? Should they tell the boy to go away because they have had a hard night and are looking forward to a hot meal? Does it make a difference if police officers are not paid for their dinner hour?
I don't believe the officers should jump right up but I do believe that they should take a break from their dinner to ask questions and write a report to make the kid feel better. In my opinion a good officer would leave his or her meal breifly to look around if the dissapearance was...
Excerpt from file: Ifayoungboy,upsetoveralostbicycle,approachestwopoliceofficersduringtheirdinner, whatistheethicalthingtodo?Shouldtheyimmediatelyinterrupttheirdinnerandsearchfor themissingbicycle?Shouldtheytakeareporttomaketheboyfeelbetter,knowingtheywill
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