U.S. flag

An official website of the United States government, Department of Justice.

Dot gov

The .gov means it’s official.
Federal government websites always use a .gov or .mil domain. Before sharing sensitive information online, make sure you’re on a .gov or .mil site by inspecting your browser’s address (or “location”) bar.

Https

The site is secure.
The https:// ensures that you are connecting to the official website and that any information you provide is encrypted and transmitted securely.

National Evaluation of SafeFutures Program: Study of Program Development and Implementation

Award Information

Award #
1995-JN-FX-K012
Location
Status
Closed
Funding First Awarded
1995
Total funding (to date)
$3,149,600

Description of original award (Fiscal Year 1995, $149,728)

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 95-JN-FX-K012 (S-5)

The Urban Institute has been conducting the cross-site evaluation of SafeFutures demonstrations since their 1995/96 inception in six communities. The sites - Boston, MA; Costra Costa County, CA; Fort Belknap, MT; Imperial County, CA; Seattle, WA; and St. Louis, MO - are on slighly different funding schedules; some will conclude their SafeFutures initiatives during 2001, while others (e.g. Boston) will continue into 2002. On-going discussions with the OJJDP Research and Program Development Division (RPDD) program monitor and the SafeFutures coordinator for the Special Emphasis Division (SED) determined that the cross-site evalution should continue for approximately one year beyond the demonstrations to: 1) assess the sustainability and institutionalization fo local SafeFutures program/services inthe period after OJJDP funding ends, and 2) conclude data collection and analysis. The National Evaluation of SafeFutures addresses five core areas of crucial concerns: 1) community assessment, at baseline (pre-completion of strategic planning) and on an on-going basis; 2) strategic planning; 3) program implementation of activities identified in the strategic plan, including policies, practices, programs, and services not directly funded under the SafeFutures demonstration; 4) service linkages and coordination at the direct service provision level (i.e., client point of contact with the system); and 5) program outcomes.

ca/ncf

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 95-JN-FX-K012 (S-5)

The Urban Institute has been conducting the cross-site evaluation of SafeFutures demonstrations since their 1995/96 inception in six communities. The sites - Boston, MA; Costra Costa County, CA; Fort Belknap, MT; Imperial County, CA; Seattle, WA; and St. Louis, MO - are on slighly different funding schedules; some will conclude their SafeFutures initiatives during 2001, while others (e.g. Boston) will continue into 2002. On-going discussions with the OJJDP Research and Program Development Division (RPDD) program monitor and the SafeFutures coordinator for the Special Emphasis Division (SED) determined that the cross-site evalution should continue for approximately one year beyond the demonstrations to: 1) assess the sustainability and institutionalization fo local SafeFutures program/services inthe period after OJJDP funding ends, and 2) conclude data collection and analysis. The National Evaluation of SafeFutures addresses five core areas of crucial concerns: 1) community assessment, at baseline (pre-completion of strategic planning) and on an on-going basis; 2) strategic planning; 3) program implementation of activities identified in the strategic plan, including policies, practices, programs, and services not directly funded under the SafeFutures demonstration; 4) service linkages and coordination at the direct service provision level (i.e., client point of contact with the system); and 5) program outcomes.

ca/ncf

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 95-JN-FX-K012 (S-5)

The Urban Institute has been conducting the cross-site evaluation of SafeFutures demonstrations since their 1995/96 inception in six communities. The sites - Boston, MA; Costra Costa County, CA; Fort Belknap, MT; Imperial County, CA; Seattle, WA; and St. Louis, MO - are on slighly different funding schedules; some will conclude their SafeFutures initiatives during 2001, while others (e.g. Boston) will continue into 2002. On-going discussions with the OJJDP Research and Program Development Division (RPDD) program monitor and the SafeFutures coordinator for the Special Emphasis Division (SED) determined that the cross-site evalution should continue for approximately one year beyond the demonstrations to: 1) assess the sustainability and institutionalization fo local SafeFutures program/services inthe period after OJJDP funding ends, and 2) conclude data collection and analysis. The National Evaluation of SafeFutures addresses five core areas of crucial concerns: 1) community assessment, at baseline (pre-completion of strategic planning) and on an on-going basis; 2) strategic planning; 3) program implementation of activities identified in the strategic plan, including policies, practices, programs, and services not directly funded under the SafeFutures demonstration; 4) service linkages and coordination at the direct service provision level (i.e., client point of contact with the system); and 5) program outcomes.

ca/ncf

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 95-JN-FX-K012 (S-5)

The Urban Institute has been conducting the cross-site evaluation of SafeFutures demonstrations since their 1995/96 inception in six communities. The sites - Boston, MA; Costra Costa County, CA; Fort Belknap, MT; Imperial County, CA; Seattle, WA; and St. Louis, MO - are on slighly different funding schedules; some will conclude their SafeFutures initiatives during 2001, while others (e.g. Boston) will continue into 2002. On-going discussions with the OJJDP Research and Program Development Division (RPDD) program monitor and the SafeFutures coordinator for the Special Emphasis Division (SED) determined that the cross-site evalution should continue for approximately one year beyond the demonstrations to: 1) assess the sustainability and institutionalization fo local SafeFutures program/services inthe period after OJJDP funding ends, and 2) conclude data collection and analysis. The National Evaluation of SafeFutures addresses five core areas of crucial concerns: 1) community assessment, at baseline (pre-completion of strategic planning) and on an on-going basis; 2) strategic planning; 3) program implementation of activities identified in the strategic plan, including policies, practices, programs, and services not directly funded under the SafeFutures demonstration; 4) service linkages and coordination at the direct service provision level (i.e., client point of contact with the system); and 5) program outcomes.

ca/ncf

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 95-JN-FX-K012 (S-5)

The Urban Institute has been conducting the cross-site evaluation of SafeFutures demonstrations since their 1995/96 inception in six communities. The sites - Boston, MA; Costra Costa County, CA; Fort Belknap, MT; Imperial County, CA; Seattle, WA; and St. Louis, MO - are on slighly different funding schedules; some will conclude their SafeFutures initiatives during 2001, while others (e.g. Boston) will continue into 2002. On-going discussions with the OJJDP Research and Program Development Division (RPDD) program monitor and the SafeFutures coordinator for the Special Emphasis Division (SED) determined that the cross-site evalution should continue for approximately one year beyond the demonstrations to: 1) assess the sustainability and institutionalization fo local SafeFutures program/services inthe period after OJJDP funding ends, and 2) conclude data collection and analysis. The National Evaluation of SafeFutures addresses five core areas of crucial concerns: 1) community assessment, at baseline (pre-completion of strategic planning) and on an on-going basis; 2) strategic planning; 3) program implementation of activities identified in the strategic plan, including policies, practices, programs, and services not directly funded under the SafeFutures demonstration; 4) service linkages and coordination at the direct service provision level (i.e., client point of contact with the system); and 5) program outcomes.

ca/ncf

PROJECT SUMMARY FOR 95-JN-FX-K012 (S-5)

The Urban Institute has been conducting the cross-site evaluation of SafeFutures demonstrations since their 1995/96 inception in six communities. The sites - Boston, MA; Costra Costa County, CA; Fort Belknap, MT; Imperial County, CA; Seattle, WA; and St. Louis, MO - are on slighly different funding schedules; some will conclude their SafeFutures initiatives during 2001, while others (e.g. Boston) will continue into 2002. On-going discussions with the OJJDP Research and Program Development Division (RPDD) program monitor and the SafeFutures coordinator for the Special Emphasis Division (SED) determined that the cross-site evalution should continue for approximately one year beyond the demonstrations to: 1) assess the sustainability and institutionalization fo local SafeFutures program/services inthe period after OJJDP funding ends, and 2) conclude data collection and analysis. The National Evaluation of SafeFutures addresses five core areas of crucial concerns: 1) community assessment, at baseline (pre-completion of strategic planning) and on an on-going basis; 2) strategic planning; 3) program implementation of activities identified in the strategic plan, including policies, practices, programs, and services not directly funded under the SafeFutures demonstration; 4) service linkages and coordination at the direct service provision level (i.e., client point of contact with the system); and 5) program outcomes.

ca/ncf

Date Created: September 29, 1995