Effective Communication in Criminal Justice Settings
CJA/304 Interpersonal Communications
By: Joseph Dye
Each individual has his or her own way of communicating with one another. Some individuals use verbal and nonverbal communication skills that have different components in each of them. I believe that individuals have many differences when her or she listens or hears during a conversation. In the criminal justice organization individuals use formal and informal channels within each department. Effective communication comes with different barriers that can affect the criminal justice organizations but there are different strategies that can help overcome the barriers. The process of verbal and nonverbal communication and the associated components of each People who are taking part in verbal and nonverbal communications each go through a process and apply a component that allows others to understand what is being said. When an individual communicates with verbal and nonverbal skills he or she goes through a process that transmits the idea, sends it by a medium, allows the individual to receive the message, understand the idea, and allows the individual to give feedback to who gave to whom the information was given from (Roberson & Wallace, p. 16, 2009). When individuals want to transmit an idea he or she “implies the information of one or several thoughts and the desire to express these ideas” (Roberson & Wallace, 2009, p. 16). Once an individual has thought of an idea he or she must send that idea by talking, writing, or showing what he or she was thinking (Roberson & Wallace, p. 16, 2009). According to Roberson and Wallace (2009), receiving an idea or message is an important part of the communication process because in order to be effective it has to be received so an individual can act upon what he or she has received (p. 16). When understanding an idea or message it has to be clear and...
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