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NCJ Number: 41636 Find in a Library
Title: SPOKANE (WA) POLICE NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH - YEAR TWO EVALUATION, FEBRUARY 1977
Author(s): J RAY
Date Published: 1977
Page Count: 45
Sponsoring Agency: Washington Law and Justice Planning Office
Olympia, WA 98504
Grant Number: 75-C-0283
Type: Program/Project Evaluation
Format: Document
Language: English
Country: United States of America
Annotation: THIS IS AN EVALUATION OF A NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM THAT OPERATES BY SENDING OFFICERS INTO SECTIONS OF THE CITY TO TALK WITH RESIDENTS ABOUT IMPROVING THEIR HOME AND PERSONAL SECURITY.
Abstract: THE DOCUMENT BEGINS WITH A SHORT SUMMARY OF THE PROJECT'S ACTIVITIES AND THE FINDINGS OF THE EVALUATION. THIS IS FOLLOWED BY A STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM, THE PROJECT'S PURPOSE, BUDGET, GOALS, OBJECTIVES, AND TASKS. THE EVALUATION DESIGN, THE REVISED DESIGN, AND METHODOLOGICAL NOTES ARE EXPLAINED. THE THIRD SECTION PRESENTS AN ANALYSIS OF THE EFFECTIVENESS AND EFFICIENCY MEASURES. INCLUDED ARE THE ANALYSIS OF THE 1975 TARGETED AREA AND THE 1976 TARGETED AREA AS COMPARED TO THE REMAINDER OF THE CITY. THE LAST SECTION PRESENTS A COMPARISON OF THIS PERIOD'S RESULTS WITH PREVIOUS EVALUATIONS. THE APPENDIX INCLUDES THE DETAILED SUPPORTIVE DATA AND NARRATIVE FOR: OFFICER CONTACT SHEETS, BURGLARY REPORTS, VARIOUS SURVEYS, AND MAPS. (AUTHOR ABSTRACT)...KAP
Index Term(s): Burglary; Community crime prevention programs; Community involvement; Crime prevention measures; Police community relations; Program evaluation; Washington
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