Criminal Justice Program Proposal, Part II
Combating Criminal Narcotics Activity Along the Southern Border
Resource: “Seven Stage Model for Planned Change” located in the introduction and appendix of Criminal Justice Policy & Planning.
Research possible programmatic solutions by benchmarking best practices. Your program goals and objectives must be based on industry best practices.
Write a 1,600- to 1,850-word proposal for a program that solves the problem identified in the case study selected . APA format with in-text citations and references.
Address the following:
Identify two or three goals of your program.
Describe outcome objectives for each goal.
Determine the resources needed to implement the program.
Identify how you plan to elicit stakeholder participation.
Include terminology and concepts identified through the assigned readings.
Format your proposal consistent with APA guidelines.
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