Administration Scenarios

Administration Scenarios
The assignment is to read the following three scenarios and identify the strategy and methods to achieve the goal of the scenario.
Content requirements: Your report should include the following:
• An Introduction that explains the purpose of the paper
• Your assessment of the assignment from the Commissioner
• A detailed description of your strategy and method(s) to achieve the assigned goals
• A “References” section, in which you cite the course instructional materials and other sources, using APA citation format
o NOTE: Your report of each Assignment should be supported by a minimum of one (1) outside resource (not the course instructional materials) for a total of not less

than three (3) outside resources for the Final Project.
Project Assignment
You are the Director of Programs for a large state correctional system. The Commissioner comes to you with three (3) projects. Each project has specific goals.

Unfortunately, achievement of these goals cannot require an increase in the systems’ administrative or operational budget. Specifically precluded are any increases in

staffing or allotment for new equipment.
Assignment 1 (9 Points)

With few exceptions, every inmate in the system is destined to return to the community. Successful transition from institutional life to community-based supervision is

dependent upon the pre-reentry program the inmate will complete prior to parole. The goal is to develop a detailed outline of the instructional curriculum for inmates

eligible for the transition and reentry program and a plan to coordinate the training of staff members, both inside the institutions and in the Division of Parole.

Assignment 2 (9 Points)

The Commissioner of Corrections, as a leader, needs to develop the priorities of the future of the correctional system. As Program Director your assigned goal is to

identify the emerging and driving forces over the next ten years that the system will need to manage in order to continue to be effective? This projection must include

what priorities will need to be set, and what changes will need to be made in staffing, technology, training, and management and supervision to meet these new



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