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Also, taking into account the limited knowledge a top manager may have about all components of the agency individually or synergistically, the warden may believe that the work or goals of each component are complex and dynamic and will, therefore, institute a decentralized decision-making process. 2 Tall and Flat Hierarchies. agencies such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation have a common set of policies and procedures and recruit, train, and assign personnel to field offices from its central office.
This did not mean that book smart skills were not required. It did mean that employees needed to acquire some of the street-smart sense that their clients brought into the institution. Unfortunately, rapid expansion of the prison system has virtually depleted the cadre of experienced officers and first-level supervisors whose unofficial job it was to educate the new officers. Prior to the 1970s, it was not unreasonable for a new officer to spend three to five years on the night shift before seniority permitted a move to days or afternoons.
It does, however, cover topics to which we shall return time and time again, and we believe it provides a needed background. That background will first come into use in Chapter 2, where we explore the organizational structure of criminal justice in detail. C A S E S T U D Y The Department of Homeland Security Subsequent to the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001, the United States Congress created the Department of Homeland Security. ’’ As a brand new bureaucracy on the American landscape in the twenty-first century, the Department of Homeland Security represents over 87,000 different jurisdictions at the federal, state, and local levels of government.