Research and analysis

Reviewing Priority 44 Programme: process evaluation of a Home Office crime reduction initiative

The perceptions of a sample of practitioners and policy makers involved in the management and execution of the Priority 44 Programme.

Documents

Reviewing the Priority 44 Programme A process evaluation of a Home Office crime reduction initiative summary

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Reviewing the Priority 44 Programme A process evaluation of a Home Office crime reduction initiative report

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Detail

Home Office Research Report 47 explored the perceptions of a sample of practitioners and policy makers involved in the management and execution of the Priority 44 Programme.

It sought to understand key elements of the initiative and how they translated into ‘action on the ground’; map the range and diversity of practitioners’ perceptions of the initiative; and understand and explain the reasons behind these perceptions in order to inform the development and implementation of future initiatives.