Annotated Bibliography Writing Services: distinguish what works from what does not, and in doing so, steer limited resources to the most promising strategies for controlling crime and violence.

Evaluating new and innovative criminal justice programs, together with applying evaluation methods to ongoing activities, can help make programs and their agencies accountable. It can help distinguish what works from what does not, and in doing so, steer limited resources to the most promising strategies for controlling crime and violence.

Evaluation is built into the problem-solving approaches that are increasingly used by police and other justice agencies in training personnel and providing resources for programs.

Finally, evaluation can lend support to effective law enforcement, prevention, and other criminal justice programs. Showing that something works or does not work can overcome the natural tendency of officials to base decisions on arguments presented by simple advocacy.

your team will develop an 8–10-slide PowerPoint presentation of an evaluation model that fits a specific criminal justice program of your choice.

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