The tradition of moving from one job to another in the criminal justice profession with the belief that on departure a new person will be brought in to assume the duties of his or her predecessor is archaic and ineffective. It is rare to replace someone and have the benefit of his or her counsel and experience in learning the nuances of the job and its responsibilities. Mentoring provides a framework, whether informal or formal, to interact, support, transfer knowledge, and guide the protAcasgAcas to the desired goal. This book provides a blueprint of mentoring theory and practice, testing, evaluati.Matching mentors with protAcgAc. 5. Addressing problems which arise (e.g. a mentor/protAcgAc partnership isna#39;t working). 6. ... a program coordinator (Dolan, 2001; Menchaca, 2003; Moir aamp; Gless, 2001; Nefstead aamp; Nefstead, 2005; Williams , 2000).
|Title||:||Mentoring in the Criminal Justice Professions|
|Author||:||Frank A. Colaprete|
|Publisher||:||Charles C Thomas Publisher - 2009|