Prompt: Submit a draft of the performance report (Section IV) of your final project. Specifically, the following critical elements must be addressed: IV. Performance Report: In this section, you will develop recommendations to improve the performanceof the organization, basing your recommendations on evidence from your performance assessment. A. Determine wherethe organization is in compliance with its organizational mission. Substantiateyour findings with evidence from your performance assessment. In other words, where is the organization complying with its stated goals to move the organization toward its mission? B. Determine wherethe organization is in noncompliance, or can improve its compliance with the organization’s mission. Substantiate your findings with evidence from your performance assessment. In other words, wherecan the organization improve in complying with its stated goals to move the organization towards its mission? C. Provide specificrecommendations to improve the organization’s performance in meeting its goals and mission. Justify your recommendations with evidence from your performance assessment. For example, you might providerecommendations to bring areas of noncompliance into compliance with the mission. D. Explain how these recommendations might be implemented in the organization. Consider the short- and long-term approach to implementing the recommendations. Consider the costs involved in implementing, staffing necessary, or whether or not policies must be created. Guidelines forSubmission: Your paper must be submitted as a 2- to 3-page Microsoft Word document with doublespacing, 12-point Times New Roman font, one-inch margins, and at least three sources cited in APA format.
Florida Re-Entry Subdivision (aka Recovery, Treatment, and Rehabilitation)
The role of the Re-entry subdivision is to provide quality programs to inmates, equipping them with the competencies necessary to become productive, crimefree members of society. In addition to the FDC organizational mission statement, the Re-entry Subdivision has its own mission, to provide the most effective rehabilitative care for inmates of any race, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, creed, national origin, or color, and to engage in research, development, and teaching programs to reduce both recidivism and dependency. This subdivision has recently been faced with some challenges, including budget constraints leading to inadequate funding for programs, overpopulation of corrections facilities, lack of sufficient staff, and a high rate of inmate recidivism. These impacts have led to a high employee turnover rate. However, the staff that has been hired has shown great motivation to learn the job, creating a positive environment in the department. Documented flexibility has shown that the department is capable of adjusting and adapting to changes effectively. • Former Offender Re-Entry Programs and Resources in Florida: https://www.recordgone.com/articles/former-offender-re-entry-programs-and-resourcesflorida.htm