Daisy King-Barbour CST 229 February 27, 2011 Short Paper 1 Journal Thursday, February 24, 2011 8:30 a.m. I open my eyes and thank the Lord for allowing me to see another day. I enjoy listening to all the sounds around me. I check on my mother, children, seventeen grandchildren and eighteen great grandchildren. (Christianity and Parent Identity) 9:30 a.m. Thursday’s are laundry day for washing and changing bed linens.
Sensitivity training could be a starting point mandating that all attend but again it takes a change in behavior of the individual so clear policies on this type of behavior should be required. In tackling this issue within the departments will increase the trust with ethnic communities (Shusta, Levine, Wong, Olson, Harris, 2008, pg. 31). In turn this will foster a collaborative relationship between the police and community thereby reducing the perception which is tied to prejudice and bias behavior. Another approach to increase collaborative relationships between the community and law enforcement is police presence in the community.
Dear Aldyn Royce, I am writing this letter to inform you of the past and current situations I have experienced working for Costco Wholesale at warehouse 366. First let me start by giving you a bit of background information on my self, I am a 10 year employee and I have enjoyed working for Costco , up until the last 5 years since I relocated to Buford, Georgia. I have been fighting to stay positive with my current warehouse hoping that if given ample time things would change and get better. To my dismay, things have only taken a turn for the worse. I will give you a few examples of situations that have gone unnoticed and have not been taken in a serious matter.
Working with this organization will help assist my organization with identify the types of job offenders would be successful in. This organization can assist in life assessments and help offenders identify problem areas in job performance and placement. The overall goal for this organization is to enhance my organization by providing coaching on next steps. 3. City House Minneapolis, 1730 New Brighton Blvd #253, Minneapolis, MN 55413 Website: http://www.city-house.org/ Because I want to also help offenders transition back into society with connections to housing and other life resources, I would use City House as a resource to connect offenders with resources that can better their reality for a better job connection.
PERSUASIVE SPEECH OUTLINE Name: Cynthia Tobar COMS 101 Section: D01 LUO Date Due: 08/02/2011 Organization: This speech uses cause-effect organization. Audience analysis: My audience consists of members people in my apartment complex who will assist me in starting an after school program. There will be 3-4 people in the audience, between the ages of 15 to 46. Since we all live in the same complex the speech topic is one they understand regarding the issue of the children in the apartment not having any after school activities to participate. This speech is given in the afternoon.
Title III goes over sections 302-308 of the Adoption and Safe Families Act. These sections regulate a few new services and a program that respects a foster child's accumulative assets paid for by the foster care. The secretary is ordered to report to congress ans well as both committee and sub-committee on the number of foster kids placed in kinship care. This is useful so that congress can keep regulations on the states, making sure that the children are being properly handled. This Title also enforces Independent Living Programs to be created for youth in foster accumulated up to 5,000 dollars in assets that can otherwise be used as resources.
This residential treatment program is designed exclusively for women and focuses on addiction recovery and relapse prevention (Grella & Rodriguez, 2011). An in house 10 week program commitment is required as well as maintaining a job within the community and participating in daily therapy sessions and educational programs. Alcohol and drug abstinence is insured through random screenings. Program graduates are eligible for assistance with housing, clothing, food, and ongoing group therapy. Emotional, spiritual, and mental strategies have proven beneficial to this program and participants.
The plan was to develop the evidence based practices (EBP) to ensure that operations were implemented as planned. The EBP was a concept to be shared between the system and the communities. They wanted to educate the public about re-entry and the policies involved in making it a success. The re-entry program is based on the TPC Model (Transition from Prison to the Community) which was presented from the National Institute of Corrections. The idea is to reduce violent needs of the offenders, particularly high risk offenders.
Re-entry will provide opportunities for offenders to successfully become a productive member of society. Through active partnerships with all stakeholders, reentry will contribute to safer communities and an enhanced quality of life. Beginning at sentencing and extending beyond release, reentry will assess, identify, and link offenders with services specific to their needs. This will be accomplished through associations with community partners, families, justice professionals, and victims of crime. In the state of Ohio they have an offender workforce development program.
This is a supporting document to support my power point presentation. I have also witnessed the supporting organizations working. I went to the Liverpool crown court and community justice centre where organizations where in the courts to advise and help the offenders in reducing any crimes or reoffending. There are many strategies, teams and organisations that work to reduce crime, disorder and antisocial behaviour. Reducing crime and any behaviour like this will enable people to feel closer as a community as well as feeling safer and protected.