The Crime Prevention Evaluation Toolkit has been developed by the Australian Institute of Criminology in partnership with the Department of Justice and Regulation's Community Crime Prevention Unit to assist you to evaluate your Public Safety Infrastructure (PSIF) project.

In addition to the guide, there are a number of evaluation resources available to help you complete certain stages of the evaluation process. The resources are linked to throughout the guide or they can be downloaded via the links below:

Guide to evaluating your public safety infrastructure project

Resource 1 - Sample logic models and evaluation frameworks

Resource 2 - Evaluation plan

Resource 3 - Data request form for CSA

Resource 4 - Calculating changes in recorded crime

Resource 5 - Community safety survey template

Resource 6 - Cost-benefit analysis template

Resource 7 - Evaluation report template

 

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CCTV

CCTV

Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) in public places can be an effective tool for crime prevention and control