CJA 475 University of Phoenix Strategic Plan SWOT Analysis Diagram

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CJA 475

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Choose a police department, prison system, or probation and parole department for the basis of your assignment.

Scenario:

Your Learning Team is a task force comprised of department leaders and strategy sponsors. The task force is responsible for developing a strategic plan for your selected department or system. As the task force, you must identify the problematic areas of the department or system and provide an outline of the strategic plan's development process that you will use to write the strategic plan.   

Write a 2-page outline in which you provide the framework for developing a strategic plan for your department or agency. That plan will address the problematic areas the task force has identified.


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1 Strategic Plan Outline Learning Team A- Alaya Martinez, Antonio Alcaraz, Brandon Olson, Jesus Solorzano, Kelly Isenberg CJA/475: Strategic Planning and Forecasting March 2nd, 2020 Mr. Reginald Anthony 2 Strategic Plan Outline SWOT Analysis Diagram Suggested Action or Change The best way to stop police brutality is not, as is sometimes assumed, lawsuits or criminal prosecutions against aggressive officers. Such individual actions may make the public feel as though injustices are being addressed – and in some sense they are — but these strategies do not produce lasting reform. Aside from the fact that police are immune from punishment for “reasonable” conduct, jury bias in favor of police makes damages suits difficult to win. Even when successful, lawsuits are resolved many years after the incidents occurred and police officers are indemnified by states or localities. Evidence of these suits may not become part of officers’ personnel files and may not prevent their promotion. And then nothing changes. It is rare to find an agency that actually does changes within the facility and actually goes through with it. Since with some that do try to change the way things are it usually doesn’t last long since someone stops it. The only way to change the way officers are is too put a stop to it and take action. Rather than trying to cover it up and make it seem like nothing is going on or doing whatever it takes to get rid of situations. For example, no police leader would instruct his or her officers to brutalize suspects. But certain features of police culture reward aggressive behavior or send a subliminal message that a certain amount of brutality is permitted or even necessary. Sometimes this starts at the police academy, where cops are taught that “complacency kills.” Stakeholders and Their Responsibilities 3 Timeline of Events Identification of Resources Communication Strategies
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Outline
1. SWOT Analysis Diagram
2. Suggested Action or Change
3. Stakeholders and Their Responsibilities
4. Timeline of Events
5. Identification of Resources
6. Communication Strategies


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Strategic Plan Outline
Learning Team A- Alaya Martinez, Antonio Alcaraz, Brandon Olson, Jesus Solorzano, Kelly
Isenberg
CJA/475: Strategic Planning and Forecasting
March 2nd, 2020
Mr. Reginald Anthony

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Strategic Plan Outline
SWOT Analysis Diagram
The plan will tackle the issues of police brutality in a local police department.
Strengths

Weakness



Strong leadership at the department



Issues of police brutality



A number of good police officers



Limited police presence in some areas



A program to deal with domestic



High level of turnover in the

violence.

department

Opportunities




Threats

Working local communities and



Normalization of police brutality.

leaders to end police brutality



Budget cuts.

Working with donors to improve
service delivery
Fig 1. SWOT Analysis
Suggested Action or Change
The best way to stop police brutality is not, as is sometimes assumed, lawsuits or criminal

prosecutions against aggressive officers. Such individual actions may make the public feel as
though injustices are being...


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