Inspiring Families Programme Evaluation

Client: Rock Pool

The Inspiring Families (IF) Programme is an innovative intervention and assessment of families where domestic abuse is an identified component and the families have chosen to stay together. WestPoint Research delivered a formative evaluation of the Inspiring Families Programme’s pilot implementation in Slough in May – July 2016. The evaluation examines ‘process’ in terms of how the IF Programme works to achieve its objectives and ‘outcome’ by documenting indications of what the IF Programme can achieve for a) professionals and operational practice and, b) IF participants – as individuals and couples – and the emerging signs of how the IF Programme can impact their families.

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Minority Ethnic Elder Advocacy Project

Client: Race Equality First

Research Partner: Cardiff University

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Hate Crime Advocacy and Empowerment Project Evaluation

The HCAEP provides practical support and advocacy for victims of hate crime and their families. It provides information on reporting options, the criminal justice process and advocates on behalf of the victim with the police, criminal justice partners and a range of associated partners including housing and social services. The Project also undertakes outreach work and awareness-raising activities within the education system at primary, secondary and higher education levels. The evaluation will incorporate both an assessment of process and key outcomes and will incorporate a good practice guide highlighting effective ways to support victims of hate crime, identifying key areas where partner agencies can work together to consolidate good work evident in areas such as referral, information-sharing practices and cohesive victim support.

Research Partner: Cardiff University

Formative Evaluation of the Re:Konnect Project

Description

At Konnect Cornwall, we engaged with the services of Dr Jasmin Tregidga, and WestPoint Research, to evaluate the work we are doing within the criminal justice arena around 1-2-1 support for offenders and victims of crime. An important part of our work is 'changing attitude'; the attitude of our clients but also the attitude of the public to the behaviours and patterns of life demonstrated by our clients. Jasmin dedicated herself to grasping our concepts and objectives and produced detailed evidence and accessible reports to support the development of our product. I would have no hesitation in recommending her service.

Ian Curnow, CEO Konnect Cornwall CIC

South Wales Police Electronic Monitoring Study

Client: South Wales Police

Research Partner: Cardiff University

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