The Tidewater Police Department is a small rural department

The Tidewater Police Department is a small rural department thatconsists of 22 police officers, 4 detectives, a criminal intelligenceanalyst and 3 secretaries. The police department has a new Chief ofPolice that has created and enacted a Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy.About half of the officers have 20+ years of experience and the otherhalf have less than 3 years of experience.You are a rookie police officer on your first patrol. The older,experienced officer tells you that the restaurant on the corner likes tohave the police around, so they always give free meals. Your partnerorders steak, potatoes, and all the trimmings which total almost $50.00.What are you going to do?Conduct an ethical analysis on the situation based on what you’velearned over the last four weeks. Complete the following essayquestions. Each essay question should have a minimum of 4-5 sentences,but may warrant more information for a complete answer.You can assume that the Code of Conduct and Ethics Policy prohibitsemployees from accepting gratuities.1. Compare and contrast the different ethical systems and how they wouldapply to the rookie officer’s moral behavior.2. What steps could the Tidewater Police Department’s organizationalleaders take to encourage ethical decision making by the rookie officer? 3. What are some of the ethical arguments “for” and “against” gratuitiesthat the rookie officer could give when questioned by the Chief?4. Explain the difference between discretion and duty; how could each ofthese be applied to the rookie officer? 5. Describe the three principles of ethical decision making this rookieofficer will face in this situation.