Justice Systems-Corrections

Justice Systems-Correction

  • Descriptions: The Justice Systems-Correction program leads to employment or advancement in local, state and federal public and privately-managed corrections facilities and community-based corrections programs. Corrections graduates also find employment in the expanding areas of crisis intervention, post-incident care, personal and group counseling services, in substance abuse response, and with local, juvenile justice systems.
     
Justice Systems - Corrections Program Outcomes           
Program Measurements UsedResultsComparison DataContinuous Improvement
1. Demonstrate a thorough understanding of the role of corrections in the criminal justice system and utilize effective skills and knowledge to fulfill this role.Under development
   
2. Practice communication verbally, through written documentation, and non-verbally with coworkers, inmates/clients, and others through the use of effective, appropriate interview and counseling techniques, listening skills, and written reports.
Under development   
3. Apply appropriate counseling therapies and/or recognized treatment in assisting clients in various correctional settings including, but not limited to, long- and short-term correctional facilities, diversion, and post-incarceration aftercare programs.
Under development   
4. Demonstrate professional and ethical behavior in performing of any duty or assignment on behalf of or while employed by or associated with any criminal justice agency.
Under development   
5. Develop cultural diversity and demonstrate community awareness skills including, but not limited to, conflict resolution, media relations, crime prevention, referrals to and collaboration with both criminal and non-criminal justice agencies.
Under development   

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