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Community Project Workers Scheme



Community Project Workers Scheme: Crime Prevention Projects - Evaluation Report

This report is an evaluation of five crime prevention projects administered under the Community Project Workers Scheme (CPWS) in communities around New Zealand.

The evaluation provides process and outcome information. It also discusses best practice and recommendations for the projects, the Department of Internal Affairs, and Government administrators generally.

The complete Report and Reports sections are available below as .pdf format downloads. To read or print these documents, you need to have the Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer. You can download this program free from the Adobe site.

Download the document you want in .pdf format by clicking on a link below:

Complete Report: Community Project Workers Scheme Crime Prevention Projects: Evaluation Report (full report) 700k.

Executive Summary: (pages 3-10 of complete report) 92k.

Introduction: (pages 11-20 of complete report) 83k.

Discussion and Analysis: Overall findings (pages 21-32) 146k.

Individual Case Studies:
References (pages 167-168) 10k.

Appendices: Reporting format, questionnaires, client interview schedules etc (pages 169-218) 363k.

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Last updated: 11/10/2004