CJA 474 Week 2 Learning Team DQ
CJA 474 Week 2 Learning Team DQ
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Date Created: 11/06/15
How does time management apply to criminal justice personnel issues Is it different when associated with noncriminal justice personnel issues In criminal justice time management is very important For people working in this sector they need to be able to work efficiently in order to effectively protect the safety and security of the public In addition they also need to be able to react and respond to emergency events promptly In addition criminal justice also requires 24hour surveillance and operation As a result time management is important to ensure that adequate labor is present at all times as well as to ensure that employees have adequate amount of rest in order to be able to concentrate at work Kania amp Davis 2011 While it may seem that time management is very different when applied to criminal justice personnel issues as opposed to noncriminal justice personnel issues there are some areas of similarities which should not be ignored In the criminal justice system there is also similar departmentalization as in regular organizations For example there will be human resources departments as well as finance departments In these departments time management is relatively similar to noncriminal justice personnel for the nature of the tasks is the same Therefore in certain areas of criminal justice personnel issues time management appears to be distinct because 24hour operation is required and emergency issues are expected Hence this calls for a greater discipline in time management but demands for room for exibility as well in order to respond to emergency or unique circumstances Reference Kania R amp Davis R 2011 Managing Criminal Justice Organizations An Introduction to Theory and Practice Elsevier Response 2 Time management applies to everything I think that time management applies to criminal justice personnel issues because their time costs tax payers money I think that when a person within a criminal justice organization must apply their time to a particular issue they must be conscious that their time costs money This applies to criminal justice personnel and creates an issue because they have no time to waste that can go without being criticized Each step in their process takes time and each hour that they spend performing a meaningless or less important task that is not directly leading to the solving of a case or preventing a crime it is met with outrage that comes in two different directions It is met with outrage based on the fact that a crime or crimes are not being stopped or punished and it is met with outrage because the tax payers are being forced to pay for the lack of accomplishment that comes with wasted time as it applies to time management Is it different when associated With noncriminal justice personnel issues Absolutely and it all revolves around money It is still bad but in this instance it is just costing the company money and not the public
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