Wednesday, July 15
Tracking and Monitoring in a CCR
Regardless of where your CCR is at in its development, monitoring mechanisms should be a priority to; identify trends and gaps in current responses; ensure that your inter-agency efforts are achieving their intended purpose; provide quality control; and assess effectiveness of system enhancement efforts. A wide array of mechanisms used by various agencies on a systematic basis throughout case processing will help ensure that victim safety/well being, offender accountability and community capacity to intervene strategically and effectively are the results of your efforts.
Join Praxis and special guests from the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence (CCADV) Rural CCR project to discuss various mechanisms and their applications, including:
- Comprehensive and targeted tracking and monitoring of public data,
- Monitoring victim impact,
- Praxis Institutional Analysis and Domestic Violence Best Practice assessment guides,
- Monitoring as a component of policy making, using the Praxis Blueprint for Safety and other best practices, and
- Supervision and administrative practices for ongoing quality assurance.
BUILDING BLOCKS-TRAINING SESSIONS
on the core components of effective institutional and individual
advocacy that improve outcomes for victims and accountability for
offenders. These trainings
are intended to provide in-depth perspective and thinking on relevant
issue from national and rural experts in the field.