Management Of Criminal Justice Organizations

The course focuses on diagnosing criminal justice organizations based on their: structure, purpose, leadership styles, rewards and motivations, relationships and communication theories, decision-making processes, goals and objectives. Students learn how to assess the effectiveness of various criminal justice agencies based on the aforementioned concepts and will also learn how to integrate planned change to a criminal justice organization. Criminal justice organizations exist in different political and legal environments than private, for-profit institutions and students learn how to assess these differences and gain an understanding of how criminal justice organizations work at the organizational and individual level.