An explorative overview of the development, philosophical assumptions, decisions and steps in conducting evaluation research as well as general guidelines for the development, implementation and evaluation of envisaged crime prevention model(s) at local modal interchanges

OUTPUT TYPE: Research report- client
PUBLICATION YEAR: 1999
TITLE AUTHOR(S): W.J.Schurink
KEYWORDS: CRIME, CRIME PREVENTION, PUBLIC TRANSPORT, RESEARCH METHODOLOGY
DEPARTMENT: Deputy CEO: Research (DCEO:R), Deputy CEO: Research (ERKC)
Print: HSRC Library: shelf number 1532

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Abstract

Briefly reviews the main decisions that typically need to be taken during the execution of an evaluation project. Outlines two highly rated evaluation models that both show promise for utilization in the consortiums' project on crime prevention and public transport.