Questions and Answers about Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Georgia Department of Juvenile Justice a better place to work?

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More security,hard iron equipment,which is electric service on employee@inmates.

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I feel that all Juvenile Justice offenders should have thorough evaluations to determine their strengths and weaknesses. Modifications should be structured to strengthen the weaknesses and continue an education program that is suitable for the Juvenile. It is important for someone to have a positive connection with the youth in order to counsel for a better productive positive future with periodic follow up.

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1. Find out the overall Objective of GDJJ.
2. Implement strategies to meet the objective in a Productive and timely manner.

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My fist order of business would be to learn about each employee where they come from what they been exposed to in life and what are their dreams and goals. Then would focus on their strengths and less on their failures. I would teach the staff team building skills thee way commination and how plan out the task before being to ensure that all procedure are being looked at and carried out properly each day through out each shift. I would teach shift to shift walk down turn overs to ensure clear hand off for each staff member.

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Hire an out of "company" researcher to conduct a study. I would first gather information about each the department as a whole by researching information given on web sites such as Indeed and Glassdoor. I would then sit down with people in each department at random levels and discuss what they do, what problems they encounter and what part of the job is enjoyable. The information gathered from this research will help to guide your study. Create a hypothesis about this workplace utilizing information found in research "problem areas" and create a likert-type scale that includes a few "positive area" questions as well. Do an in house, anonymous survey (generally a total of 9 questions- 6 on problem areas and 3 on positive areas). This type of survey is best done with an "out of house" company in order to ensure non-bias results. In order to get your best results, give something in return to those who participate ($10 gift card). Then you do an out of house survey, by surveying previous employees Same questions and add an essay question to the end to garner any extra information. At this point you enter and analyze your data accordingly. Use your research to implement better employment tactics.

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I would first conduct a review of the rules and regulation alone with reviewing the policies and procedures to see what new implements of changes need to be better replace to make our Juvenile Justice Department a better place to work.

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Give POST Instructors the 20% raise that Governor Deal gave to all POST Certified Instructors.

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Give pay raise

Answered - Sgt. Intake Specialist Georgia (Current Employee) - Macon, GA

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There needs to more men running the state faclities than women, who baby convicts criminials and the women are only promoting woman who cant control the youth.

Answered - Correctional Officer II (Former Employee) - Hampton, GA 30228

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