Juvenile Justice Program Evaluation

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Excellence For Children and Youth Excellence For Children and Youth

Method Mini-Tool Kit
Focus Group Interviews: An Overview
Qualitative interviewing
Using Questionnaires
Case studies

Johnston Research Johnston Research

The Waawiyeyaa Evaluation Tool – Online Workshop
Enables evaluators to capture a qualitative storyboard utilizing a cultural-based learning video (available for download). The training supports you in experiencing the tool first-hand, learning how to analyze and report on the data and transform the storyboard into a quantitative database file which can track program impacts over time. JRI has utilized this tool to evaluate healing, justice, health, addiction, employment, mental health, education, and cultural teaching programs. The tool’s development conversations were held with Indigenous evaluators, traditional healers, and Indigenous programs; in addition to comparisons to models of Indigenous healing journeys.

In-house Indigenous Evaluation Tool enables evaluators to capture a qualitative storyboard utilizing a cultural-based learning video (available for download). Training supports you in experiencing the tool first-hand, learning how to analyze and report on the data and transform the storyboard into a quantitative database file which can track program impacts over time

National Human Trafficking Hotline National Human Trafficking Hotline

Human Trafficking Assessment for Runaway and Homeless Youth
A trafficking assessment for runaway and homeless youth programs to identify and assist potential victims of trafficking, including both labor and sex trafficking indicators.

Strategies for Youth Strategies for Youth

Assessment of Police/Youth Relations Elements of an Assessment include interviewing and surveying of officers, youth, and community leaders. The assessment also focuses on crime statistics for teens, deployment of officers, and organizational distribution of resources to use for working with youth, as well as effectiveness of partnerships with youth-serving, community-based organizations.

University of Wisconsin‐Madison and University of Wisconsin–Extension University of Wisconsin‐Madison and University of Wisconsin–Extension

Culturally Appropriate Programming: What Do We Know About Evidence Based Programs for Culturally and Ethnically Diverse Youth and their Families?(pdf).
With the growing interest in evidence‐based programs for the prevention of juvenile delinquency and other youth problems comes an increased concern about the cultural appropriateness of these programs for youth and families from various cultural, racial, and ethnic backgrounds. The current research on how programs might vary in their effectiveness for youth and families from different cultural backgrounds is not conclusive. However, there is a growing body of research that is beginning to provide some insights. In this paper, we summarize what is known and what areas are in need of more research.