A book designed for Criminal Justice Organization and Criminal Justice Administration classes, written for scholars and practitioners. This text fills a gap in traditional management texts by focusing on administrative decision-making as it relates to planning and managing change at the organizational level. Organizational theories and administrative concepts are clearly defined and applied to criminal justice agencies through four sections: structure, relationships, control, and planning. It features learning objectives at the beginning of each chapter, and a website with instructional materials including test banks and PowerPoints.


Imprint: West Academic Publishing
Series: Higher Education Coursebook
Publication Date: 07/14/2017

Roberto Hugh Potter

Gail Humiston

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