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Title: Evaluation of the STOP Violence Against Women Grant Program: Law Enforcement and Prosecution Components
Author(s): Brenda K. Uekert ; Neal Miller ; Cheron DuPree ; Deborah Spence ; Cassandra Archer
Corporate Author: Institute for Law and Justice
United States of America
Date Published: 06/2001
Page Count: 131
Sponsoring Agency: National Institute of Justice
US Department of Justice
Office of Justice Programs
United States of America
Grant Number: 96-WT-NX-0007
Sale Source: Institute for Law and Justice
1219 Prince Street, Suite 2
Alexandria, VA 22314
United States of America
Document: PDF 
Dataset: DATASET 1
Type: Program/Project Description
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: This report evaluates the law enforcement and prosecution components of the STOP Violence Against Women grant program authorized by the Violence Against Women Act of 1994.
Abstract: The report seeks to: (1) document the types of activities carried out by law enforcement and prosecution agencies under the STOP program; (2) examine how the Violence Against Women Act affected State legislation; (3) evaluate State-level efforts on training in violence against women; (4) evaluate the local implementation of STOP projects; and (5) determine the impact of local STOP-funded projects on victim safety and offender accountability. The evaluation includes analysis of: a 1995 survey of subgrantees and a national database of 1999 subgrantees; State laws pertaining to violence against women on an annual basis; State law enforcement training trends, prosecutor training projects, and training programs; local implementation of eight STOP-funded projects, including site visits, staff interviews, collection of project documentation, and participation in grant-funded activities; and data gathered from statistical analysis, case tracking, victim surveys, focus groups, and victim interviews involving two specialized units and two multi-agency team projects at the local level. The report concludes that, at the State level, the STOP program has had a significant impact on the extent and scope of law enforcement and prosecution training. In addition, it has influenced legislative activity; provided a vital source of funding for cities, counties, and States; and improved victim services. Notes, figures, tables, appendix
Main Term(s): Criminology
Index Term(s): Program evaluation ; Community involvement ; Data analysis ; Data collection ; Federal programs ; Victims of Crime ; Domestic assault ; NIJ final report ; Violence Against Women Act
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