9780134871400

Justice Administration Police, Courts, and Corrections Management

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    9780134871400

  • ISBN10:

    0134871405

  • Edition: 9th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-01-01
  • Publisher: Pearson

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For courses in criminal justice administration.

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Using an active-learning approach and real-world examples, Justice Administration: Police, Courts, and Corrections Management examines all relevant facets of the criminal justice system and includes practical exercises in most chapters. The text flows logically, from basic justice administration, to police, courts, and corrections, and finally, ethical, financial, and technological influences. The 9th edition focuses on accountability — particularly of the police, in the aftermath of police shootings of unarmed minorities — and includes a new chapter on homeland security.

Author Biography

Kenneth J. Peak is Professor Emeritus and former chairman of the Department of Criminal Justice, University of Nevada, Reno, where he was named “Teacher of the Year” by the university’s Honor Society (and served a stint as Director of Police Services). After serving for several years as a municipal police officer in Kansas, Ken subsequently held positions as a nine-county criminal justice planner for southeast Kansas, Director of a four-state Technical Assistance Institute for the Law Enforcement Assistance Administration, Director of University Police at Pittsburg State University, and Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice at Wichita State University. He has authored or coauthored 30 textbooks and 2 historical books (on Kansas bootlegging and temperance). His other books include Policing America: Methods, Issues, Challenges, 9th ed.; Community Policing and Problem Solving: Strategies and Practices, 7th ed. (with R.W. Glensor); Police Supervision and Management, 3rd ed. (with L.K. Gaines and R.W. Glensor); and Women in Law Enforcement Careers (with V.B. Lord). He also has published more than 60 monographs, journal articles, and invited chapters on a variety of policing topics. Ken has held several national and regional criminal justice offices and continues to be very active in academia. He holds a doctorate from the University of Kansas and received two gubernatorial appointments to statewide criminal justice committees while residing in Kansas.


Andrew L. Giacomazzi is Associate Dean in the School of Public Service and Professor of Criminal Justice at Boise State University. Prior to assuming that role, Andy was the chair of the Department of Criminal Justice after serving a six-year term as the department’s MA Coordinator. He worked extensively with the Western Regional Institute of Community Oriented Public Safety to conduct assessments of police departments and sheriff’s offices in the western United States, and also worked at the Spokane Police Department in leadership development. Andy received his bachelor’s degrees in Social Ecology and German from UC Irvine, and his master’s and PhD (Criminal Justice and Political Science, respectively) from Washington State University. He is coauthor of Community Policing in a Community Era: An Introduction and Exploration and is coeditor of a book entitled Controversial Issues in Policing. He has more than 65 other publications, including refereed journal articles, book chapters, and technical reports. His research interests include community policing, organizational change, family violence, and juvenile intervention programs. Andy teaches courses in policing, criminal justice policy, and research methods. He is currently National Executive Counselor for Alpha Phi Sigma, the National Criminal Justice Honor Society, and Chapter Advisor for Alpha Phi Sigma. In May 2015, Andy was named Faculty Member of the Year by the Residential Housing Association at Boise State, and in 2016 won Boise State’s Golden Apple Award for excellence in teaching. Andy lives on the Boise State University campus, serving in the capacity of Faculty Member in Residence in the Leadership & Engagement Living-Learning Community.

Table of Contents

PART 1: JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION
1. The Study and Scope of Justice Administration
2. Organization and Administration
3. Rights of Criminal Justice Employees

PART 2: THE POLICE
4. Police Organization and Operation
5. Police Personnel Roles and Functions
6. Police Issues and Practices

PART 3: THE COURTS
7. Court Organization and Operation
8. Court Personnel Roles and Functions
9. Court Issues and Practices

PART 4: CORRECTIONS
10. Corrections Organization and Operation
11. Corrections Personnel Roles and Functions
12. Corrections Issues and Practices

PART 5: ISSUES SPANNING THE JUSTICE SYSTEM
13. Ethical Considerations
14. Special Challenges
15. Financial Administration
16. Protecting the Homeland: Foremost Challenges for Police Chief Executives
17. Technologies and Tools: Toward Addressing Crime and Disorder

Appendix: Writings of Confucius, Machiavelli, and Lao-Tzu

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