|Jennifer M. Allen||University of North Georgia|
|Rajeev Sawhney||Western Illinois University|
|© 2010||552 pages||SAGE Publications, Inc|
|Complimentary Review Copy|
|Available on CourseSmart|
|ISBN: 9781412950817||Paperback||Suggested Retail Price: $104.00||Bookstore Price: $83.20|
Emphasizes a forward-thinking approach to services in criminal justice administration
This text uses a service-quality lens to address administration and management concepts in the criminal justice system, identifying the stakeholders and their roles within the service delivery process. Students and criminal justice administrators will come away with an understanding of how to respond to “customers” and to changing environmental factors, how to better address community needs, and how to respond appropriately to global and national dilemmas. This text encourages students to internalize the importance of their future role in providing high-quality and effective criminal justice services and challenges them to critique their own views on what constitutes management in this service sector.
This core text is intended for undergraduate students in Criminal Justice and Criminal Justice Administration, and will also appeal to practitioners, researchers, and administrators.
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