Presentation Title

The Value of Education in Regards to Quality of Service

Presenter Information

Jonathan FloresFollow

Faculty Mentor

Dana lee Baker (Dana.baker@csuci.edu)

Start Date

23-11-2019 11:00 AM

End Date

23-11-2019 11:15 AM

Location

Markstein 303

Session

oral 2

Type of Presentation

Oral Talk

Subject Area

behavioral_social_sciences

Abstract

This paper highlights the various requirements valued to excel within the public sector. Public sector employment is broken down into a number of categories, these jobs vary in range from technical and vocational fields to more scholar focused areas such as education and public policy (legislation). Through data collection and analysis of concentrated samples of information (websites and literature) within Sheriff departments in the state of California, this paper gives an in depth look as to how the education requirements vary in different sectors and how the increase of minimal training requirements has affected certain areas within the public sector. Community interdependence and cooperation allows multiple public sectors to function effectively through means of taxation and civic engagement, this interdependence improves cooperation and reputation among public sector fields. This paper puts emphasis on the public sector field of law enforcement, current requirements, and how worker education or lack thereof impacts quality of public service within the various communities and its outcomes.

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Nov 23rd, 11:00 AM Nov 23rd, 11:15 AM

The Value of Education in Regards to Quality of Service

Markstein 303

This paper highlights the various requirements valued to excel within the public sector. Public sector employment is broken down into a number of categories, these jobs vary in range from technical and vocational fields to more scholar focused areas such as education and public policy (legislation). Through data collection and analysis of concentrated samples of information (websites and literature) within Sheriff departments in the state of California, this paper gives an in depth look as to how the education requirements vary in different sectors and how the increase of minimal training requirements has affected certain areas within the public sector. Community interdependence and cooperation allows multiple public sectors to function effectively through means of taxation and civic engagement, this interdependence improves cooperation and reputation among public sector fields. This paper puts emphasis on the public sector field of law enforcement, current requirements, and how worker education or lack thereof impacts quality of public service within the various communities and its outcomes.