The Federal Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) Center for Program Evaluation and Performance Management
The Center maintains a user-friendly online evaluation and performance measurement tool designed to assist state and local criminal justice planners, practitioners, administrators, researchers, and evaluators in: 1) conducting evaluations and performance measurement that will address the effectiveness and efficiency of their projects and 2) using evaluation information to improve program planning and implementation.
National Council on Crime and Delinquency
NCCD has conducted numerous program evaluations for local, state, and federal programs. Selected evaluations conducted by NCCD staff include the Florida Community Control Program; the Intensive Aftercare program; a process and impact evaluation of 24 Oregon specialized community supervision and treatment programs on the criminal behavior of substance abusing probationers in Oregon; and the Nevada Department of Public Safety’s offender risk and needs assessment classification system, which is used to manage offenders placed on probation or parole. NCCD has also conducted program evaluations in juvenile justice, including a process and outcome evaluation of the U.S. Department of Labor’s Education and Training for Youthful Offenders Initiative, a comprehensive school-to-work education and training program within juvenile correctional facilities, and in child welfare (evaluating the effectiveness of case management services for Michigan foster care).
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