The Council on Crime and Justice has a highly skilled research team that is available to help your organization with its evaluation needs! Because there are decreasing monies available for public and privately funded initiatives, the need to focus on whether or not a project is really making a difference becomes even more critical than before. Evaluating outcomes is a proactive approach in identifying the key components to projects before too many resources are dedicated to ineffective programs.
The Council can help you with all of the following:
The research department evaluates all internal demonstration projects and has served such external clients as Hennepin County, Minneapolis Public Schools, and Cirlutions. To read examples of Council evaluation reports, click here.
If you would like more information on the Council's Evaluation Services, call 612-353-3000 or email Ebony Ruhland, Research Director.
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