This seventh edition of Justice Administration: Police, Courts, and Corrections Management continues its examination of all facets of the criminal justice system as well as several related matters of interest to prospective and current administrators. The general goal of the book is to inform the reader of the primary people, practices, and terms that are utilized in justice administration. The author has held several administrative and academic positions in a criminal justice career spanning more than 35 years; thus, this book’s 16 chapters contain a palpable real-world flavor not found in most textbooks.
Table of Contents
Part 1 Justice Administration: An Introduction
Chapter 1 The Study and Scope of Justice Administration
Chapter 2 Organization and Administration: Principles and Practices
Part 2 The Police
Chapter 3 Police Organization and Operation
Chapter 4 Police Personnel Roles and Functions
Chapter 5 Police Issues and Practices
Part 3 The Courts
Chapter 6 Court Organization and Operation
Chapter 7 Court Personnel Roles and Functions
Chapter 8 Court Issues and Practices
Part 4 Corrections
Chapter 9 Corrections Organization and Operation
Chapter 10 Corrections Personnel Roles and Functions
Chapter 11 Corrections Issues and Practices
Part 5 Issues Spanning the Justice System
Chapter 12 Ethical Considerations
Chapter 13 Rights of Criminal Justice Employees
Chapter 14 Special Challenges: Labor Relations, Liability, and Discipline
Chapter 15 Financial Administration
Chapter 16 Technologies Now and for the Future
Appendix I Case Studies
Appendix II Writings of Confucius, Machiavelli, and Lao-Tzu
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