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Avoiding Failures of Implementation: Lessons from Process Evaluations - Center for Court Innovation 2009 

03-24-2017 20:29

This paper is part of a multi-faceted inquiry into failed criminal justice experiments undertaken by the Center for Court Innovation and the U.S. Department of Justice’s Bureau of Justice Assistance. This paper primarily examines failures of implementation or, in other words, failures arising not from a fundamentally flawed theory of change, but from missteps in planning and execution. The analysis is largely based on findings and lessons from evaluations conducted by research staff at the Center for Court Innovation. Most of the programs evaluated are experiments in “problem-solving justice”—court-based efforts to address the underlying problems of defendants, victims, and communities.

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