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NCJ Number: 120835 Find in a Library
Title: New Zealand Department of Justice Management Plan, 1989-90
Corporate Author: New Zealand Dept of Justice
Planning Unit
New Zealand
Date Published: 1989
Page Count: 99
Sponsoring Agency: New Zealand Dept of Justice
Wellington, New Zealand
Type: Report (Technical)
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: New Zealand
Annotation: This plan states the philosophy, goals, structure, and programs for the New Zealand Department of Justice for 1989-90.
Abstract: In the coming year the Department will place emphasis on advising the Minister of Justice on current social policy issues, improving responsiveness to all cultures, seeking more opportunities for public involvement in improving services, improving management information systems, and providing equal employment opportunities. Its programs will operate in the areas of corrections, public records, courts and tribunals, policy analysis and development, and planning and personnel development at the central office. Mission statements, goals, objectives, client demand, performance indicators and standards, and funding tables for each organizational unit.
Main Term(s): Criminal justice system management
Index Term(s): Criminal justice system planning; Foreign criminal justice systems; New Zealand
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