The crafting of performance measures and those for criminal justice information sharing are discussed. “The guide helps managers, staff, and executives develop measures in two ways: by offering comments and advice on the process of developing measures, and by providing a catalog of workable examples for specific types of project” (p. 1). Nine chapters are contained in this publication: introduction—what performance measures are; which goals the project helps us achieve; how the project assists us in achieving our goals; what the best measures of the agency’s goals are; how performance measures can best be implemented; introduction to performance measures for criminal justice information sharing; summary of performance measures; project type examples from the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (AFIS) to the Warrant Depository; and how to use this guide and final thoughts. An appendix explains the Chain of Results and Logic Model.
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Performance Measurement for Justice Information System Projects
Accession Number: 026137
U.S. Bureau of Justice Assistance (BJA) (Washington, DC)