Implementation evaluation of the Integrated Justice System: evaluation framework
: Research report- client PUBLICATION YEAR
, G.Hagg, J.Josie, B.Kanyane
, A.Tilley, J.Chaskalson, L.LancasterKEYWORDS
: CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM
, EVALUATION STUDY
: Developmental, Capable and Ethical State (DCES)
: HSRC Library: shelf number 9739
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The evaluation framework sets out the guide for conducting the Implementation Evaluation of IJS covering the period 2010/11 to 2015/16. Ideally the framework for evaluations for such programmes should be developed at the outset of the programme and allow for the fine-tuning of objectives, the inclusion of indicators for success and guidance on what data to collect (Quainoo, 2010).
This implementation evaluation framework is informed by:
??? Local and international best practice in the evaluation of such programmes;
??? International benchmarks as drawn from an extensive literature review undertaken as the first component of this study;
??? The review of available documented information on the establishment and functioning of the IJS;
??? Alignment of the design to the specific objectives as outlined in the IJS Study Terms of Reference;
??? Pragmatic considerations of availability of data, the costs associated with use of different techniques and the time frames for implementing the study.