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Historical Criminal Justice Theories Timeline Poster
Transcript of Historical Criminal Justice Theories Timeline Poster
Joseph L. Massie - 1987
Decision-making is a process involving three components:
1. Choice—the manager considers options and alternatives
2. Thought—the manager exercises what Massie calls a conscious mental process
3. Purpose—the manager determines missions, goals, objectives, and end states.
Joseph L. Massie - 1987
Leading & Organization
1907 - August Vollmer was the "father of modern policing" and wanted college educated men on his police force where most departments did not require a high school diploma
Orlando Wilson and Roy McLaren (1977)
advised using the following categories in police evaluations:
● observance of work hours
● grooming and dress
● compliance with rules
● safety practices
● public contacts
● suspect contacts
● employee contacts
● knowledge of work requirements
Reporting is one of the key forms of accountability. Reporting is not just the written reports that are submitted by officers any longer. Reporting also involves the way the public is informed or how information is passed to the public.
The methods of storing written reports have now become more than just words written on paper. Now the use of computers has made the storage of reports easier for those involved in storing files
Orlando W. Wilson (1900–1972)
1966- Birthdate of the present department of criminal justice training
1971-The General Assembly adopted the Criminal Justice Training Standards Council Act
The Act created the Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission
1973- Standards introduced minimum entrance standard, mandatory basic training
requirements, for all sworn law enforcement officers.
Historical Criminal Justice Theories Timeline
Jesus K. Martes Santos
July 7, 2014
Allocating is the practice of assigning people for tasks and working towards
budgeting. This includes the budgeting of funds, time, people, resources and money. The knowledge and use of allocation is important to management to make sure that all areas have the appropriate funding, staffing and resources necessary for the job.
Max Weber introduces organizational concepts of the modern bureaucracy and leadership*
1922 Principles of modern bureaucratic organizations
1. Fixed jurisdictional areas
2. Hierarchical principle
4. Trained office management
5. Career commitment
6. Official, stable learnable rules
Henry Mintzberg - 1979
1. Apex —the top leadership and management team
2. Middle line —midlevel managers and supervisors
3. Techno-structure —specialists in the applications of complex technologies
4. Support staff —clerical-administrative personnel who deal with internal matters
5. Operating core —the actual workforce to do the labor of the organization
The future holds out hope for our society, the justice system, and criminal justice agencies. The criminal justice manager may be
summed up by the mnemonic LODESTAR.
Kania, R. R.E., & Davis, R. P. (2012). Managing Criminal Justice Organizations (2nd ed.).
Retrieved from The University of Phoenix eBook Collection database.
Mary Belle Harris
-wrote a book about her career in penology
“I Know Them In Prison” 1936