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.

III. Assessment Plan: In this section, you will develop a plan to gather valid and reliable data in your performance assessment, and outlinespecific assessment strategies and sources of information. A. Determine the organizational assessment strategy that would be most appropriate to use in your assessment of the selected subdivision of the organization. Justify your selection. For example, you might select an organization assessment plan or model, such as the systems model, to assess compliance and effectiveness of the subdivision with the mission. B. Justify how your previously selected organizational assessment strategy will ensure you collect valid and reliable data in your performance assessment. For example, the systems model will allowyou to examine the specificinputs such as resources, policies, and pro cedures that determine how far the organization is achieving its mission. C. Outline the sources of data and information you will use to assess the organization’s performance, justifying your selection of sources. For example, you might use crime report statistics to identify areas of high crime rates, or you might interview specificindividuals to assess the effectiveness of policies and procedures within the organization.
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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