Justice Administration

According to the need based theories of motivation, job satisfaction refers to the satisfaction needs. In the criminal justice organization, job satisfaction is an important factor in the success of an individual as well as organization. According to the concept of motivational factor theories, job satisfaction means the sum of total of factors that provided to an employee salary, promotion, job security, etc. The attitude, behavior and personality of the police officers are also very different in comparison to a common people who live in the society.

With the help of the motivation technique the administration can improve the morale of the officers towards the changing and complicated work environment of the organization. Motivations also establish relationship between personal objectives and execution of work. Execution is the cause and effect of motivation. A good reward for good work gives satisfaction and also improves the level of the performance of the officers. By this way, the administration of the police department and criminal justice organization also gives more concentration to the enforce law and control criminal activities from the society.

Conclusion After reading various articles and researches regarding leadership, teamwork and motivation, it has been evaluated that all these three have a significant role to improve the effectiveness and efficiency of working of the organizations. In the criminal justice system, due to the rapid changing and highly complicated environment, it is very difficult job for the administration to achieve the goals and target of the organization in an effective manner. Application of leadership, motivation and teamwork enhances the performance of the administration and officers.

It has also been analyzed by various researches that due to the development of these concepts the number of solved cases of sexual offenders and juveniles crime has been increased. In the society, the administration can take more effective steps and develop more strategies to reduce the number of crimes and illegal activities from the society. References Audlin, D. J, (1993). Crime, Culture and Law Enforcement. Journal of Florida Department of Law Enforcement, 1-11. Retrieved March 25, 2009 from http://www3. fdle. state. fl. us/FCJEI/SLP/SLP%20papers/Audlin.

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