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Title: EVALUATION OF OPERATION IDENTIFICATION - PHASE 1 - FIELD SURVEY OF OPERATION IDENTIFICATION PROJECTS - INDIVIDUAL PROJECT NARRATIVES AND SURVEY FORMS
Author(s): N B HELLER; W W STENZEL; A D GILL; R A KOLDE; S R SCHIMERMAN
Corporate Author: Institute for Public Program Analysis
United States of America
Date Published: 1975
Page Count: 400
Sponsoring Agency: Institute for Public Program Analysis
St Louis, MO 63132
US Dept of Justice
Washington, DC 20531
Grant Number: 75-NI-99-0046
Type: Program/Project Description
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS VOLUME CONTAINS THE SURVEY FORMS AND NARRATIVE REPORTS COMPLETED DURING THE FIELD SURVEY OF 18 OPERATION IDENTIFICATION PROJECTS ACROSS THE U.S.
Abstract: THE SURVEY WAS CONDUCTED DURING FEBRUARY AND MARCH 1976, AND THE OPERATION IDENTIFICATION PROJECTS VISITED WERE IN ABILENE (TX), ALBUQUERQUE (NM), CINCINNATI (OH), COLUMBUS (OH), DENVER (CO), DETROIT (MI), INDIANAPOLIS (IN), KIRKLAND (WA), AND NEW YORK (NY). ALSO SURVEYED WERE PHOENIX (AZ), ST LOUIS (MO), ST LOUIS COUNTY (MO), ST PETERSBURG (FL), SAN JOSE (CA), SEATTLE (WA), WICHITA (KS), WYOMING (MI), AND UNIVERSITY CITY (MO). THE NARRATIVE REPORTS THE DATE OF VISIT AND PERSONS INTERVIEWED. THE PROJECT OBJECTIVES, MAJOR FACTORS IN PROJECT OUTCOMES AND PROJECT IMPACT, ASSUMPTIONS, AND POTENTIAL ARE DISCUSSED. VARIOUS FIELD SURVEY INSTRUMENTS EMPLOYED ARE INCLUDED. A SUMMARY OF SURVEY METHODOLOGY AND FINDINGS MAY BE FOUND IN 'A FIELD SURVEY OF OPERATION IDENTIFICATION PROJECTS: METHODOLOGY AND RESULTS', NCJ-28908....MSP
Index Term(s): Colorado; Crime specific countermeasures; Indiana; Michigan; Missouri; National Evaluation Program; New Mexico; New York; Objectives; Physical crime prevention; Program evaluation; Property identification; Surveys; Texas
Note: NATIONAL EVALUATION PROGRAM
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