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BJMP Jail Aide Policy Option

BJMP Jail Aide Policy Option

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Published by Randel Latoza
This paper is centered in finding for the best policy alternative in managing BJMP’s jail aide services. The policy alternatives identified and offered in this paper revolved in seeking appropriate solutions to snags that hinder the effective and efficient enforcement of the BJMP jail aide policy to primarily avert escape incidents involving jail aides. These policy alternatives include four options described as: (1) No Action/Status Quo; (2) Revision of the Contemporary Policy Incorporating the Doctrine on Inmates Utilized as jail Aides; and (3) Total Dissolution of Jail Aides; (4) Privatization/Outsourcing of Jail Aide Services.

In order to competently assess the potential solutions and proposed policy alternatives, the following key measures of effectiveness were used namely: (1) Economic and Financial Viability; (2) Administrative Viability; (3) Operational Viability; (4) Technical Feasibility; and (5) Social Acceptability. The above-mentioned measures of effectiveness were used as basis for selecting the policy alternative that offered optimum management strategies for jail aide system.
The paper concluded and recommended for embracing the policy alternative that bears for the revision/redefinition of the current jail aide policy incorporating the doctrine on inmates utilized as jail aides. Also, the selected policy alternative included a crucial provision for policy performance mechanism, policy monitoring, and evaluation, which is believed to be vital in the success of any policy implementation. Included in the recommendation is the outline of the policy implementation strategy with three phases namely: Phase I: Stakeholders Education and Awareness Campaign; Phase II: Actual Policy Implementation; Phase III: Assessment and Policy Improvement.
This paper is centered in finding for the best policy alternative in managing BJMP’s jail aide services. The policy alternatives identified and offered in this paper revolved in seeking appropriate solutions to snags that hinder the effective and efficient enforcement of the BJMP jail aide policy to primarily avert escape incidents involving jail aides. These policy alternatives include four options described as: (1) No Action/Status Quo; (2) Revision of the Contemporary Policy Incorporating the Doctrine on Inmates Utilized as jail Aides; and (3) Total Dissolution of Jail Aides; (4) Privatization/Outsourcing of Jail Aide Services.

In order to competently assess the potential solutions and proposed policy alternatives, the following key measures of effectiveness were used namely: (1) Economic and Financial Viability; (2) Administrative Viability; (3) Operational Viability; (4) Technical Feasibility; and (5) Social Acceptability. The above-mentioned measures of effectiveness were used as basis for selecting the policy alternative that offered optimum management strategies for jail aide system.
The paper concluded and recommended for embracing the policy alternative that bears for the revision/redefinition of the current jail aide policy incorporating the doctrine on inmates utilized as jail aides. Also, the selected policy alternative included a crucial provision for policy performance mechanism, policy monitoring, and evaluation, which is believed to be vital in the success of any policy implementation. Included in the recommendation is the outline of the policy implementation strategy with three phases namely: Phase I: Stakeholders Education and Awareness Campaign; Phase II: Actual Policy Implementation; Phase III: Assessment and Policy Improvement.

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Published by: Randel Latoza on Sep 10, 2012
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ABSTRACTThis paper is centered in finding for the best policy alternative in managing BJMP’s jailaide services. The policy alternatives identified and offered in this paper revolved in seekingappropriate solutions to snags that hinder the effective and efficient enforcement of the BJMP jail aide policy to primarily avert escape incidents involving jail aides. These policy alternativesinclude four options described as:
(1) No Action/Status Quo; (2) Revision of the Contemporary Policy Incorporating the Doctrine on Inmates Utilized as jail Aides; and (3) Total Dissolution of  Jail Aides; (4) Privatization/Outsourcing of Jail Aide Services.
In order to competently assess the potential solutions and proposed policy alternatives,the following key measures of effectiveness were used namely: (
1) Economic and Financial Viability; (2) Administrative Viability; (3) Operational Viability; (4) Technical Feasibility; and (5) Social Acceptability.
The above-mentioned measures of effectiveness were used as basis for selecting the policy alternative that offered optimum management strategies for jail aide system.The paper concluded and recommended for embracing the policy alternative that bearsfor the revision/redefinition of the current jail aide policy incorporating the doctrine on inmatesutilized as jail aides. Also, the selected policy alternative included a crucial provision for policy performance mechanism, policy monitoring, and evaluation, which is believed to be vital in thesuccess of any policy implementation. Included in the recommendation is the outline of the policy implementation strategy with three phases namely:
 Phase I: Stakeholders Education and  Awareness Campaign; Phase II: Actual Policy Implementation; Phase III: Assessment and  Policy Improvement.
B u r e a u o f J a i l M a n a g e m e n t a n d P e n o l o g y 
1 4 4 M i n d a n a o A v e n u e P r o e c t 8 u e z o n C i t
APPROACHES TO IMPROVE JAIL SERVICES THROUGHMANAGEMENT OF JAIL AIDES:POLICY OPTIONS FOR BJMP
 
 APPROACHESTOIMPROVEJAILSERVICESTHROUGHMANAGEMENTOFJAILAIDES:
POLICYOPTIONSFORBJMP
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TABLE OF CONTENTSPageABSTRACT 1TABLE OF CONTENTS 2LIST OF TABLES 4LIST OF FIGURES 4EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 5BACKGROUND OF THE PROBLEM 6
a.
 
Description of the Problem Situation 6 b.
 
Outcomes of Prior Efforts to Solutionof the Problem 11
SCOPE AND SEVERITY OF THE PROBLEM 14
a.
 
Assessment of Past BJMP PolicyPerformance on Jail AideSystem 14 b.
 
Significance of Problem Situation 15c.
 
 Need for Analysis 16
PROBLEM STATEMENT 17
a.
 
Definition of the Problem 17 b.
 
Major Stakeholders 17c.
 
Goals and Objectives 19d.
 
Measures of Effectiveness and Efficiency 202.
 
Economic and Financial Viability 203.
 
Administrative Viability 204.
 
Operational Viability 215.
 
Technical Feasibility 216.
 
Social Acceptability 21e.
 
Potential Solutions 21
POLICY ALTERNATIVES 22
a.
 
Description of Alternatives 23a.
 
 No Action (Status-Quo”) Alternative 23 b.
 
Instituting Revisions To The CurrentJail Aide Policy ThroughIncorporation Of The Doctrine
 
 APPROACHESTOIMPROVEJAILSERVICESTHROUGHMANAGEMENTOFJAILAIDES:
POLICYOPTIONSFORBJMP
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On The Utilization Of Inmates AsJail Aides 23c.
 
Total Dissolution on theUse of Jail Aides 23d.
 
Privatization/Outsourcing of theJail Aides Services 23 b.
 
Comparison of Future Consequences 24c.
 
Spillovers and Externalities 31d.
 
Constraints, Administrative andOperational Feasibility 31
POLICY RECOMMENDATIONS 32
a.
 
Criteria for Recommending Alternatives 32 b.
 
Description of Preferred Alternatives 34c.
 
Outline of Implementation Strategy 34d.
 
Provisions for Monitoring and Evaluation 35e.
 
Limitations and Unanticipated Consequences 35
REFERENCES 37

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