CJ 212M5 Purdue University Proposal to Conduct a Crime Prevention Program Presentation
you will create a proposal for a new crime prevention program that targets juveniles and determine how you will evaluate its effectiveness.
For your proposal, research three programs currently being utilized in communities and in the K–12 school system, national, state, or local programs.
NOTE: If you already have research on these types of programs, you can use it in your proposal.
In the analysis of how your program will deter juvenile delinquency, you will want to use data from your three comparison programs to support your new program. For example, how many juveniles are enrolled in the program? In order to deliver the best programming possible for juveniles in the K–12 school system, calculate the optimal ratio of staff to the target population, based on the average ratio of the comparison programs.
Your analysis should specifically identify the data source and include a summary of the data.
In addition, you will want to specifically address how the data were used to inform your thinking on the development of your new program (i.e., how you used the data to solve a real-world problem).
Create a 13- to 15-slide Microsoft® PowerPoint® presentation to include the following:
- Who is your target population, what are your goals, and how will your program be implemented?
- Explain your program, detailing the elements of it and why it will be effective.
- Describe how the program’s effectiveness will be analyzed and how the objectives will be evaluated.
- Specify how deterrence will be measured and what will be considered effective deterrence.