Chapter 8 _ CRJU 312

Chapter 8 _ CRJU 312 - Chapter 8 Prison Management Formal...

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Chapter 8 Prison Management Formal Organizations *Compliance: Obedience to an order or request *Remunerative power- *Normative power- *Coercive power- Formal Organizations * Confinement Model *Keep them *Keep them *Keep them *Keep them *Keep them Formal Organizations * The Organizational Structure *Effective organizations require that leaders and staff know: *Organizations vary in their hierarchy, allocation of discretion, the nature of top 1
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leadership. * Concepts of organization *Wardens responsible for. .. *Deputy wardens oversee the functional divisions of the prison * *Middle managers and line staff operate each. .. Formal Organizations * Formal Organization of a Prison for Adult Felons * Concepts of organization *Unity of command *Chain of command *Span of control Other characteristics of correctional organizations *Line personnel *Staff personnel Governing Prisons * Inmate Balance Theory *Shared authority: * Administrative Control Theory
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*Sound and firm management : *Breakdown results in
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This note was uploaded on 03/05/2012 for the course CRJU 312 taught by Professor Meade during the Fall '10 term at South Carolina.

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Chapter 8 _ CRJU 312 - Chapter 8 Prison Management Formal...

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