Complete the last portion of your proposal by addressing the following maintenance and change-process elements:
Describe communication processes among key personnel. Describe the importance of cyclical evaluation to identify future problems and program development changes. Describe the system you will use to continuously collect stakeholder concerns and recommendations. Identify quality control criteria. Describe monitoring strategies to evaluate personnel performance and program operations. Reassess the entire program from start to finish and update any inconsistencies, contradictions, or inadequacies.
Finalize your Criminal Justice Program Proposal by compiling Parts I through VI into one cohesive 5,250- to 7,000-word cumulative proposal. Include a table of contents and any appendices as needed in the final version submitted to your instructor.
Consider instructor feedback for Parts I thru V and apply suggested changes as appropriate.
Create a 10- to 15-slide Microsoft(r) PowerPoint(r) presentation that captures all sections of your proposal. Your presentation must represent your proposed program in its entirety.
Include detailed speaker notes in the presentation. Use complete sentences, with correct grammar and punctuation, to fully explain each slide as if you were giving an in-person presentation.
Format your proposal and presentation consistent with APA guidelines.
Juvenile Justice Correction Facilities Anthony O Javier Professor Donald Munday University of Phoenix Introduction and background Juvenile crime is a major issue in present day crime systems and requires a lot of attention in order to be rectified. Juvenile offenders many a times require to face problems including being placed with adult offenders due to overcrowding of prisons and incorrect judgments, bifurcations and understanding about their needs. Lack of facilities makes their conditions in prison pitiable. A sharp rise in the rates of juvenile offenses it becomes extremely important to expand the facilities for juvenile offenders in prisons (Larry, 2010). Case problem requiring intervention The main problem identified in the case is that there are not enough facilities for juvenile offenders in prisons. Overcrowding of prisons is causing a lot of problems. Prisons and prisoners are a difficult and yet important issues to be managed by administrators and require appropriate facilities. It is essential that there be appropriate evaluation of trends and control exercised in order to ensure better levels of management and better environment for prisoners and their welfare. Processes used to identify the problem in the case The processes used to identify the problem in the case is critical analysis of the given information or data. It is extremely important that the rights and safety of the prisoners are preserved. The present systems in prisons have higher flexibility as well as better environment and facilities for the prisoners. Overcrowding of prisons leads to several problems in administration. It leads to problems like lack of food and other expense funds for the inmates. This results in problems relating to quality of life for the inmates of the prison. It leads to problems of space as well as creates high expenses for the state. It leads to poor administration and control within the prison (Larry, 2010). Type of program that would resolve…