Managing Criminal Justice Organizations
An Introduction to Theory and PracticeBy
- Richard Kania, Jacksonville State University
- Richards Davis, Jacksonville State University
This book studies the formal and informal nature of the organizations involved in criminal justice, covering their organizational environments; the processes of leadership, management, and decision-making; organizational communications; staffing and training; planning and budgeting; and organizational development and controlled change. It acquaints the readers with the historical developments and application of a wide range of managerial theories, principles, and problems of managing criminal justice organizations.
Students in the criminal justice field.
Paperback, 320 Pages
Published: September 2011
Imprint: Anderson Publishing
1. An Introduction to Criminal Justice Management
2. Management Positions in Criminal Justice
3. Historical Antecedents4. Leading in Criminal Justice
5. Organizing Criminal Justice6. Decisionmaking and Planning
7. Evaluating, Appraising and Assessing Performance8. Staffing and Personnel Issues
9. Training and Education for Criminal Justice10. Allocating Key Organizational Resources
11. Reporting for Criminal Justice: Information Management and Organizational Communications12. Future Issues in Criminal Justice Management