Critique Sherman’s Slippery Slope theory. Since Sherman wrote his article in 1974, there has been a plethora of books, training modules, new curriculum all attempting to address this issue and yet we are still far from solving it. What major factors in the decades since Sherman wrote this, have come into being and are significant stimuli for continued ethical problems in law enforcement? Why? 2. Critique Sherman’s Slippery Slope theory. What has to be in place for it to actually propel an ethical rookie into an unethical veteran? Is everyone susceptible to it? 3. Do CRJ professionals face more opportunity for corruption than other occupations? Why or why not? Why might their corruption be viewed by society as more serious?