Criminal Justice Administration

585 WordsApr 17, 20163 Pages
There are essentially five elements of planned change that a criminal justice administrator should be familiar with to effect change in a rational and effective manner. The process of planned change for the criminal justice administrator is essentially the same as any other organization; the five elements are fairly basic. These elements consist of problem analysis, setting goals and objectives, program and policy design, developing an action plan and monitoring and evaluation. (Peak 14) Being familiar with these elements provides a built in checklist for any administrator when faced with hurdles or problems within their area of control. Problem Analysis is basically the concept of understanding the problem at hand, what the root…show more content…
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