Will help improve jail operations by improving staffing practices. This workbook is a cornerstone of training and technical assistance activities related to jail staffing conducted by the U.S. Dept of Justice. Many legitimate methods can be used to conduct a jail staffing analysis. The first edition of this workbook presented a new methodology in an attempt to allow both the expert and the novice equal opportunities for success. It encouraged more jails to implement comprehensive staffing analysis, which have now become standard practice in many jurisdictions. This workbook simplifies the jail staffing analysis and allocation process, clarifies terms, and incorporates the experience of the field in the 12 years since the first edition was published. Illustrations.Before starting the staff coverage plan (form C, see exhibit 4), determine what the primary shift schedule will be. ... 8-hour shift pattern) in columns D, E, and F. Use the columns that represent the current shift pattern (8-, 10-, or 12-hour, or other).
|Title||:||Staffing Analysis Workbook for Jails (2nd Ed. )|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 2008-11|