Research and analysis

Developing a toolkit to measure intermediate outcomes to reduce reoffending from arts and mentoring interventions

This research is focused on the development of a toolkit to measure intermediate outcomes to reduce reoffending from arts and mentoring interventions.

Documents

IOMI instrument

Costing tool

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Details

This theoretically informed tool has been developed for measuring outcomes of mentoring or arts interventions on offenders. It consists on a 29-item questionnaire called the Intermediate Outcomes Measurement Instrument (IOMI). This forms part of a larger toolkit for service providers. The other items are: guidance on administration of IOMI, a data entry tool to facilitate data collection and analysis of IOMI data, and a costing tool.

Published 22 March 2019