Justice Administration: Police, Courts, & Corrections Management, 10th edition
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Justice Administration introduces you to the people, practices and policies of justice administration. The content flows logically, from basic justice administration, to police, courts and corrections, and finally, ethical, financial and technological influences. Learn by Doing and Case Study sections support the applied nature of the text, while bolstering your problem-solving abilities.
The text has a palpable real-world flavor not found in most textbooks. This is thanks to the authors' numerous administrative and academic positions in their criminal justice careers.
The 10th Edition addresses the latest issues in the field, the impact of COVID-19, and a new chapter covering mass murders, immigration and cyber threats. New activities and case studies give you the tools to meaningfully synthesize and analyze new material.
Published by Pearson (September 1st 2022) - Copyright © 2023
Subject: Criminal Justice
Category: Criminal Justice Administration
PART 1: JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION
- The Study and Scope of Justice Administration
- Organization and Administration
- Rights of Criminal Justice Employees
PART 2: THE POLICE
- Police Organization and Operation
- Police Personnel: Roles and Functions
- Police Issues and Practices
PART 3: THE COURTS
- Court Organization and Operation
- Court Personnel Roles and Functions
- Court Issues and Practices
PART 4: CORRECTIONS
- Corrections Organization and Operation
- Corrections Personnel Roles and Functions
- Corrections Issues and Practices
PART 5: ISSUES SPANNING THE JUSTICE SYSTEM
- Ethical Considerations
- Special Challenges
- Financial Administration
- Selected Challenges: Mass Murder, Immigration, and the Cyber Threat
- Technologies and Tools: Toward Addressing Crime and Disorder
- Writings of Confucius, Machiavelli, and Lao-Tzu
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