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How important is effective communication between County Commissioners and criminal justice agencies?
Communication consists of the following according to Merriam Webster, “: a process by which information is exchanged between individuals through a common system of symbols, signs, or behavior.” (Communication, 2009) Within the idea of communication, [ there exist two main types for humans, verbal and non-verbal communication. Each of these main types has subsets or components, which allow us to break the idea of communication down and study it more. Within verbal communication, the following applies, “Researchers are unable to reach a consensus on the exact number of styles; however, most
are willing to concede that they cluster around four dimensions: blaming, directing, persuading, and problem solving.” (Grubb, Hemby, 2003) Within non-verbal communication, you have writing or communication through the written word, and you have body language. “Criminal justice professionals must be able to write clearly and coherently. Excerpts from reports are often introduced into court proceedings, and superiors review them as part of the investigative process.” (Grubb, Hemby, 2003) ]
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