Continue working on your Criminal Justice Program Proposal. (SEE ATTACHED)
Write a 1,400- to 1,750-word proposal that includes the following:
- Decide which type of evaluation is appropriate and how evaluation results will be used.
- Identify information system capabilities of systems used to gather evaluation data.
- Describe the qualitative and quantitative methods that will be used to evaluate program data.
- Designate responsibility for data collection, storage, and analysis.
- Develop mechanisms to provide feedback to staff, clients, and stakeholders.
- Explain ways to assess the relevance of stakeholder feedback.
Format your proposal consistent with APA guidelines.
The final one is the summative evaluation. These evaluations are normally conducted at the completion of a program (Finch & Choi, 2020). This is the most appropriate evaluation type for the proposed criminal justice program. This is because the information gathered from this evaluation will inform the decision of whether to continue with the program. Specifically, the evaluation data will help establish the sustainability of the program by looking at whether the program’s objectives were met and, if not, what challenges or barriers prevented their attainment. Besides this, the information will also help stakeholders in the criminal justice system figure out whether the program can be implemented on a broader scale across the United States and in other countries dealing with similar issues in their juvenile criminal justice systems.