Within the broad purposes of ASPA, the Criminal Justice Section of ASPA is established to assist in the advancement and professional development of the art of administration and management as it relates to the criminal justice process. This process embraces both theoretical and operational concerns with the problems of preventing and reducing crime; maintaining public order and securing justice in matters of criminal instances. It includes the community of practice and research relationships between the field and academic institutions.
It also seeks to obtain the understanding and contribution of the ASPA membership and the larger public administration community in encouraging public interest in criminal justice administration policies and programs at all' government levels.
What a Criminal Justice Section of ASPA Membership Offers:
FORUMS FOR IDEA EXCHANGE
Exchange knowledge and data among the organizations, academics, professionals, and students involved in designing, directing, implementing, and assessing criminal justice policies and initiatives.
CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION
Establish liaison with professionals and professional groups in the criminal justice field in consideration of common purposes and problems.
Distributed to disseminate and exchange information regarding activities to the Section members
OFFER PROFESSIONAL FEEDBACK
Engage with government organizations to discuss topics and difficulties relating to government-funded projects in the field of criminal justice administration.