Administration of Criminal Justice: Structure, Function, and Process
This comprehensive and up-to-date book examines all aspects of the criminal justice system from an organizational perspective. Key theoretical approaches and concepts are explained together with key terms and organizational principle models and typologies. The book also explains organizational effectiveness and covers police, court, and corrections organizations in depth to fully illustrate the operations of these justice systems. This volume explains all aspects of organizational theories, models and typologies, organizational variables and measuring effectiveness, supervision and communication systems, motivation, satisfaction, and morale of employees, organization of criminal justice systems, law enforcement, police and sheriff's departments, court organization and administration, jail and prison organizations, community corrections organizations, and juvenile justice organizations and their administration. For criminal justice, sociology and public administration professionals interested in criminal justice systems.
Specifications of Administration of Criminal Justice: Structure, Function, and Process
|Author||Dean J. Champion|
|Number Of Pages||415|
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