Module Two Readings:
III. Cost-Benefit Analysis
E. (2002) The Methodology of Benefit-Cost
Vital Speeches of the Day, 69(3), 68-75.
D. (2004) Cost-Benefit Analysis in Criminal Law.
Law Review, 92(2), 325-373.
F. (2002). Cost-Benefit Analysis of Heroin
Treatment (Vol. 2,
Mepna). Karger Publishers, Basel,
Note: Read pages 37-152
IV. Performance Measurement
J. & Gates, S. (1993). Donut shops and speed
Evaluating models of supervision on police behavior. American
Journal of Political Science,
10. Moore, M. &
Braga A. (2004). Police performance
normative framework. Criminal Justice Ethics, 23(1). 3-20.
11. Williams, J. (2002)
Officer attitude surveys in community
organizations: What are they really telling management?
& Society, 12(1)
Scott, J. (1998).
Performance culture: the return of reactive policing.
Policing and Society, 8(3).
13. Girodo, M. (1991).
Drug corruption in undercover agents:
the risk. Behavioral Sciences & the Law, 9(3). 361-371.
14. Engel, R. &
Worden, R. (2003). Police officers attitudes,
and supervisory influences: an analysis of problem solving.
Criminology, 41(1). 131-167
Module Two Specific Assignment:
Brown proposes that cost-benefit analysis can play a greater role in the
criminal justice system. Briefly outline cost-benefit analysis. Secondly, some
measurements of cost-benefit analysis are relatively straightforward, yet there
are some less obvious difficulties with the methodology. Identify and discuss
Submit Module Two Specific Assignment
Module Two Final Project Assignment:
Using any feedback you received regarding your Module One submission, begin to
construct your final project. According to McArdle, the first step in a Needs
Analysis is surveillance.
A. For this portion of the final project, use McArdles
information as a guide
to identify sources data and
information that you will use in your final
B. It is possible that this closer look at the problem will change or
problem you are addressing.
C. Prepare a one-page report detailing your information sources and any
modification to your problem.
Submit your Module Two Final Project Assignment