Both of the previously suggested scenarios are excellent. Here's a suggestion that's a bit more mundane.
One of the most difficult tasks for any leader is determining the appropriate pay for persons of the same basic "rank." People are often very sensitive about their pay and are often very alert to any perception of favoritism or unfairness on the part of their leaders. A criminal justice professional would need to try to devise a system that would make people think that their salaries were being determined as objectively as possible, with very clear criteria involved.