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Criminal Justice Internships : Theory Into Practice

By: McBride, R. Bruce.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Florence : Taylor and Francis, 2015Edition: 8th ed.Description: 1 online resource (224 p.).ISBN: 9781315721859.Subject(s): | | | | | | Criminal justice, Administration of -- Study and teaching (Internship) | Criminal justice, Administration of -- Study and teaching (Internship) -- United StatesGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Criminal Justice Internships : Theory Into PracticeDDC classification: 364.97307155 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Figures; Preface; Online Resources; Part I. Pre-Internship Considerations; 1. Introduction to Internships; What Is an Internship?; Why Intern?; Background of Internships; Educational Goals; Knowledge Acquisition; Knowledge Application; Skills Development; Personal Development; Professional Development; About This Book; Highlights for the Eighth Edition; Conclusion; 2. Preparing for Your Internship in the Age of Transparency; Introduction; Cautions and Encouragements; Entering the Blogosphere: Encouragements
Entering the Blogosphere: CautionsSocial Networking: Encouragements; Social Networking: Cautions; Online Videos: Encouragements; Online Videos: Cautions; What If?; Posting a Résumé Online; 3. The Placement Process; Choosing an Appropriate Site; Finding the Site That's Right for You; Writing a Résumé; Cover Letters; Follow-Up Calls and E-Mail; The Internship Interview; Background Screening; The Issue of Pay; Liability and Insurance; Conclusion; Part II. Professional Concerns; 4. Setting Goals and Identifying Educational Objectives; Introduction; Goal; Setting Realistic Goals; Types of Goals
Developing Learning Objectives for Your GoalsMethodology for Assessing Progress; Conclusion; 5. Your Role as an Intern; Introduction; Experiential Stages; Anticipatory Socialization; Initial Entry; Probationary Period; Accommodation; Productive Worker and Role Management; Termination; What If?; Conclusion; 6. Being a Participant-Observer; Participant Observation; Data Collection; The Unstructured Interview; Data Recording; One Final Word of Caution; 7. Intern Supervision; Definition of Supervision; Faculty Supervisor; Agency Supervisor; Peer Support; Conclusion
8. Ethics in Practice: GuidelinesIntroduction; Codes of Ethics; Ethical Standards for the Emerging Professional; Corruption and Misconduct; Working at Your Competence Level; Maintaining Confidentiality and Privacy; Maintaining Appropriate Interpersonal Relationships; Disclosing Knowing a Person Outside the Agency; Questions to Consider; Ethics in the Age of Transparency; Examining Your Value System; Justice and Fairness; Criminal Justice Interns' Observations of Misconduct; Conclusion; Part III. The Role of the Organization; 9. Organizational Characteristics: Formal and Informal Structures
The Formal StructureWelcome to Flanders County; The Informal Structure; Private-Sector Settings; The Formal Structure; The Informal Structure; Human Resource Administration; Changes in the Criminal Justice Workplace; The Effect of the Organizational Structure on Your Internship; Conclusion; 10. Political, Economic, and Legal Factors; Politics and Power; Some Considerations; Globalization; Economics; Budgets; Legal Basis; A Legal Framework; External Controls on Agencies and Personnel; Conclusion; 11. Organizational Goals and Relationships; Official Goals versus Operative Goals
Vision and Mission
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Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Figures; Preface; Online Resources; Part I. Pre-Internship Considerations; 1. Introduction to Internships; What Is an Internship?; Why Intern?; Background of Internships; Educational Goals; Knowledge Acquisition; Knowledge Application; Skills Development; Personal Development; Professional Development; About This Book; Highlights for the Eighth Edition; Conclusion; 2. Preparing for Your Internship in the Age of Transparency; Introduction; Cautions and Encouragements; Entering the Blogosphere: Encouragements

Entering the Blogosphere: CautionsSocial Networking: Encouragements; Social Networking: Cautions; Online Videos: Encouragements; Online Videos: Cautions; What If?; Posting a Résumé Online; 3. The Placement Process; Choosing an Appropriate Site; Finding the Site That's Right for You; Writing a Résumé; Cover Letters; Follow-Up Calls and E-Mail; The Internship Interview; Background Screening; The Issue of Pay; Liability and Insurance; Conclusion; Part II. Professional Concerns; 4. Setting Goals and Identifying Educational Objectives; Introduction; Goal; Setting Realistic Goals; Types of Goals

Developing Learning Objectives for Your GoalsMethodology for Assessing Progress; Conclusion; 5. Your Role as an Intern; Introduction; Experiential Stages; Anticipatory Socialization; Initial Entry; Probationary Period; Accommodation; Productive Worker and Role Management; Termination; What If?; Conclusion; 6. Being a Participant-Observer; Participant Observation; Data Collection; The Unstructured Interview; Data Recording; One Final Word of Caution; 7. Intern Supervision; Definition of Supervision; Faculty Supervisor; Agency Supervisor; Peer Support; Conclusion

8. Ethics in Practice: GuidelinesIntroduction; Codes of Ethics; Ethical Standards for the Emerging Professional; Corruption and Misconduct; Working at Your Competence Level; Maintaining Confidentiality and Privacy; Maintaining Appropriate Interpersonal Relationships; Disclosing Knowing a Person Outside the Agency; Questions to Consider; Ethics in the Age of Transparency; Examining Your Value System; Justice and Fairness; Criminal Justice Interns' Observations of Misconduct; Conclusion; Part III. The Role of the Organization; 9. Organizational Characteristics: Formal and Informal Structures

The Formal StructureWelcome to Flanders County; The Informal Structure; Private-Sector Settings; The Formal Structure; The Informal Structure; Human Resource Administration; Changes in the Criminal Justice Workplace; The Effect of the Organizational Structure on Your Internship; Conclusion; 10. Political, Economic, and Legal Factors; Politics and Power; Some Considerations; Globalization; Economics; Budgets; Legal Basis; A Legal Framework; External Controls on Agencies and Personnel; Conclusion; 11. Organizational Goals and Relationships; Official Goals versus Operative Goals

Vision and Mission

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<p>R. Bruce McBrideis retired Commissioner of University Police for the State University of New York. He is also retired from his position as professor at Utica College, where he served as Executive Director of the Economic Crime and Justice Studies Division and Director of the Economic Crime Management program. At Utica, he coordinated the criminal justice internship program, which allowed for semester-based study placements in the United States and overseas. Dr. McBride holds bachelor and master's degrees from the State University of New York at Oswego and master's and doctoral degrees from the University at Albany. He is a past president of the Criminal Justice Educators Association of New York State.</p>

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