CCJS 497 Project 3: Strategic Plan
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Find a real-life example of one of the following institutions. Examples can be found in every state. A simple search for Department of Corrections is a good place to start.
Medium-Security Adult Male Institution Regional Parole and Probation Office Team Correctional Training Academy Team Juvenile Justice Male Correctional Institution Community Correctional Institution Supermax Correctional Institution Correctional Education Program of a State Correctional System Correctional Mental Health Program of a State Correctional System Medium/Minimum-Security Adult Female Institution Large County Detention Center (County Jail) Introduce your institution by identifying the following: 1) Name 2) Mission statement (if published) 3) Population served (number and demographics) 4) Examples of programs offered 5) Number of uniformed personnel and other staff members Then develop a strategic plan considering the major themes of Communication; Coordination (formal channels); and Cooperation (informal): Include in your plan the following: 1) Four (4) organizational objectives (these can be future goals over a 1, 5, or 10-year period) 2) Strategies to address each of the objectives 3) At least 1 employee or inmate program that helps to achieve each objective 4) A method for assessing success for each objective The final work product can include photographs, charts, graphics, or any other appropriate elements to enhance the effectiveness of your presentation.
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