Framework Seminar Series
(1) Programing and (2) Data and Evaluation
Below you will find information related to the CSAC Support Hub for Criminal Justice Programming two seminar series for counties. The two-seminar series include (1) Programming and (2) Data and Evaluation, each with five separate sessions. The supporting materials below relate to each virtual series and individual seminar in the development and application of the Support Hub’s Strategic Framework.
SERIES 1 – Programming
Series 1.1 - Program Inventories
- Series 1.2 - Assessing and Applying the Evidence-Based Program Literature
- Series 1.3 - Program Design and Implementation
- Seminar Recording
- Seminar PowerPoint
- CSAC Support Hub Contracting Toolkit
- Logic Model Example (Intimate Partner Violence)
- RFP Example – Santa Cruz County AB109
- Harvard Performance Lab – Results Driven Contracting: An Overview
- Pew-MacArthur Results First Brief – How to Use Evidence in the Contracting Process
- Series 1.4 - Cost-Benefit Analysis Part 1, Applying Economic Principals in Criminal Justice Programming
- Series 1.5 - Cost-Benefit Analysis Part 2, County Usage and Application to Programming
SERIES 2 – DATA AND EVALUATION
- Series 2.1 - Crucial ways data can inform criminal justice practice, the differing types of data, and how that data can be used.
- Series 2.2 - Strategies to access and integrate data held by the state, specifically CDCR and DOJ.
- Series 2.3 - Strategies to access and integrate county and state data.
- Series 2.4 - Introduction to designing data dashboards and making data accessible.
- Series 2.5 - An overview of key steps in an outcomes evaluation, including the differences between monitoring outcomes and conducting evaluations.