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Introduction to impact evaluation in criminal justice

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This free, on-line seminar introduces impact evaluations, a vital tool to understand whether interventions or appraoches reduce reoffending

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When we want to find out whether an intervention or approach to reducing re-offending or cutting crime works we either undertake an impact evaluation or look at existing evaluations. This seminar introduces different approaches to impact evaluation including Randomised Controlled Trials (RCTs) and other commonly used quasi-experimental approaches to impact evaluation in criminal justice.

This seminar is designed for senior practitioners, managers and policy-makers working in the UK criminal justice system who need to read and understand or commission impact evaluations. It assumes no prior knowledge of research methods and all information is presented in a non-technical, jargon free format.

The seminar leaders are Stephen Morris who is Professor of Evaluation at Manchester Metropolitan and an expert on impact evaluation and Andrew Smith (Senior Research Associate) who runs the Reducing Reoffending website.

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