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What Does Success Look Like? Lessons From the Innovations in Community-Based Crime Reduction (CBCR) Program

NCJ Number
254700
Date Published
2020
Length
18 pages
Author(s)
Natalie K. Hipple; Jessica Saunders; Kayla Allison; Jessica Peterson
Agencies
NIJ-Sponsored
Publication Type
Research (Applied/Empirical), Report (Study/Research), Report (Grant Sponsored), Program/Project Evaluation, Program/Project Description, Grants and Funding
Grant Number(s)
2016-BJ-BX-K069
Annotation
Using mixed methods, this study examined how a cohort of 12 sites operationalized and adapted the Bureau of Justice Assistance's Innovations in Community-Based Crime Reduction (CBCR) grant program.
Abstract
CBCR features data collection and analysis, place-based strategies, neighborhood revitalization, and community partnerships. Community-based interventions are typically complex, embedding multiple mechanisms by which the intervention may succeed or fail. This evaluation examined fidelity to the program model and its relationship to implementation success, as well as the achievements and challenges reported by the sites. (publisher abstract modified)
Date Created: July 20, 2021