CJL 368 - CRIMINAL JUST ADMINISTRATION
An overview of the problems faced by managers of justice-related agencies, including the principles of police, courts, and corrections management. The effects of the criminal justice process on practitioners, clients, and the public will be analyzed. In addition, discussion includes resources, organizational status, and leadership in law enforcement agencies, courts and correctional settings, with particular emphasis on how leadership influences the effectiveness of the organization. The construct of bureaucracy and the major theoretical foundations of leadership are also examined.
There are no prerequisites listed for this course.
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