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NCJ Number: 157772 Find in a Library
Title: Leadership in Criminal Justice: Ten Practices
Author(s): M Mactavish
Date Published: Unknown
Page Count: 0
Sponsoring Agency: National Juvenile Detention Assoc
Richmond, KY 40475
Sale Source: National Juvenile Detention Assoc
Eastern Kentucky University
300 Stratton Building
Richmond, KY 40475
United States of America
Type: Instructional Material (Programmed)
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This video, accompanied by an instructor's guide, identifies 10 leadership practices, explains the use and applications of the practices in a criminal justice environment, and assesses leadership strengths and areas for improvement among participants.
Abstract: The video introduces each of the 10 leadership practices with a brief description, followed by current correctional and juvenile justice leaders' comments regarding the practice. The 10 leadership practices are inspiring a shared vision, modeling the way, enabling others to act, encouraging the heart, challenging the process, changing, influencing, collaborating, participating in the political arena, and interacting with the media. Aspects of each of these steps are discussed by the narrator and managers in the field of corrections and juvenile justice. The accompanying guide contains questions for discussion and formats for participant activities. A section for participants' resources includes a note-taking guide for viewers, "calls to action," and a summary of narrator's and presenters' comments. The final section of the guide outlines the development and components of a leadership model in criminal justice. 36 references
Main Term(s): Criminology
Index Term(s): Corrections management training; Juvenile justice management; Leadership
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