Archive for August, 2019

Making it count: Improving how we measure effectiveness in youth justice

Making it count: Improving how we measure effectiveness in youth justice

In 2017, the Research Evidence into Policy Programmes and Practice (REPPP) project began studying administrative data processes in youth justice systems. John Reddy investigate Administrative data is information collected by service providers and primarily is used for record-keeping and risk assessment; case management; monitoring and evaluating programme performance; and ensuring service provider accountability. The policy question was ‘how useful is […]

by · August 10, 2019 · Modern Policing
Cool Kats: Gardaí MJ Carroll and Paul McDonnell of the K-KATS Unit

Station Watch, Blanchardstown: Cool for K-KATS

Having spent a day with the gardaí of Blanchardstown Garda Station, Editor John O’Keeffe can only wonder at the amount of work that is juggled on a daily basis Visiting the Frontline in Blanchardstown Garda Station, and their boss Superintendent Liam Carolan, is an eye opener – on so many levels it’s difficult to know where to begin – but […]

by · August 10, 2019 · Features