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ID NUMBER

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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PROVIDE COURT ADVOCACY

What type of services do you provide? (Circle all that apply) Court advocacy

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

3.

UNDERSERVED: HANDICAPPED VICTIMS

Which underserved victims were you serving through your STOP funded grant? Handicapped victims

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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UNDERSERVED: MINORITY VICTIMS

Which underserved victims were you serving through your STOP funded grant? Minority victims

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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UNDERSERVED: ELDERLY VICTIMS

Which underserved victims were you serving through your STOP funded grant? Elderly victims

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

6.

UNDERSERVED: OTHER

Which underserved victims were you serving through your STOP funded grant? Other

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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SERVICE: TRAINING

If your STOP funds were intended to provide (or extend) services to the underserved, what type of services are being provided? Training ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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SERVICE: LANGUAGE ACCESS

If your STOP funds were intended to provide (or extend) services to the underserved, what type of services are being provided? Language Access ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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SERVICE: RESOURCE MATERIALS-SPECIFIC POP

If your STOP funds were intended to provide (or extend) services to the underserved, what type of services are being provided? Developing resource materials specific to the population of interest ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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SERVICE: OTHER

If your STOP funds were intended to provide (or extend) services to the underserved, what type of services are being provided? Other ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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CULTURALLY-APPROPRIATE SVCS -> CHG TRAD

To provide culturally appropriate services (i.e. services consistent with the language, norms, and practices of culturally diverse victims), was it necessary for you to change the way you traditionally provided services to victims? No- tre... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: GREATER EMPOWERMENT OF VICTIMS

What was the impact of the STOP grant on empowering victims, improving their emotional, financial or other well- being, and/or providing services to children of victims? (Interviewer note: Use checklist below to check responses given or fo... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

13.

PROVIDE COURT NOTIFICATION

What type of services do you provide? (Circle all that apply) Court notification

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: IMPROVE VTMS PSY/SOC WELL-BEING

What was the impact of the STOP grant on empowering victims, improving their emotional, financial or other well- being, and/or providing services to children of victims? (Interviewer note: Use checklist below to check responses given or fo... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: HELP VTMS W/FINANCIAL LOSSES

What was the impact of the STOP grant on empowering victims, improving their emotional, financial or other well- being, and/or providing services to children of victims? (Interviewer note: Use checklist below to check responses given or fo... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: HELP CHILDREN OF MOTHERS VTMIZED

What was the impact of the STOP grant on empowering victims, improving their emotional, financial or other well- being, and/or providing services to children of victims? (Interviewer note: Use checklist below to check responses given or fo... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: INCREASD CRIME REPORTING BY VTMS

What was the impact of the STOP grant on victims and their cases in the criminal justice system in terms of their willingness to report and prosecute cases, case outcomes and sentences, extent to which victims are kept informed of case dec... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: FEWER VTMS DROP OUT CJ PROCESS

What was the impact of the STOP grant on victims and their cases in the criminal justice system in terms of their willingness to report and prosecute cases, case outcomes and sentences, extent to which victims are kept informed of case dec... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: PROSECUTIONS MORE SUCCESSFUL

What was the impact of the STOP grant on victims and their cases in the criminal justice system in terms of their willingness to report and prosecute cases, case outcomes and sentences, extent to which victims are kept informed of case dec... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: CHG TYPES OF SENTENCES IMPOSED

What was the impact of the STOP grant on victims and their cases in the criminal justice system in terms of their willingness to report and prosecute cases, case outcomes and sentences, extent to which victims are kept informed of case dec... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: VTM BETTER INFORMED CASE ACTIONS

What was the impact of the STOP grant on victims and their cases in the criminal justice system in terms of their willingness to report and prosecute cases, case outcomes and sentences, extent to which victims are kept informed of case dec... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: IMPROVED TX OF VTMS BY CJ SYSTEM

What was the impact of the STOP grant on victims and their cases in the criminal justice system in terms of their willingness to report and prosecute cases, case outcomes and sentences, extent to which victims are kept informed of case dec... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: INCREASD TYPE/QUALITY OF SERVICE

What was the impact of the STOP grant on domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault victims throughout your community in terms of the types and quality of services provided, range of services provided, coordination of services, awaren... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

24.

PROVIDE LONG TERM COUNSELING

What type of services do you provide? (Circle all that apply) Long-term counseling

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: EXTEND RANGE OF SVCS TO VTMS

What was the impact of the STOP grant on domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault victims throughout your community in terms of the types and quality of services provided, range of services provided, coordination of services, awaren... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: INCREASED COORD OF VTM SERVICES

What was the impact of the STOP grant on domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault victims throughout your community in terms of the types and quality of services provided, range of services provided, coordination of services, awaren... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: INCREASD AWARENESS OF VTM ISSUES

What was the impact of the STOP grant on domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault victims throughout your community in terms of the types and quality of services provided, range of services provided, coordination of services, awaren... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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IMPACT: DECREASED LEVEL OF VIOL AG

What was the impact of the STOP grant on domestic violence, stalking, and sexual assault victims throughout your community in terms of the types and quality of services provided, range of services provided, coordination of services, awaren... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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UNEXPECTED IMPACTS OF THE STOP GRANT

Were there any unexpected impacts-good or bad-of the STOP grant on your program, the criminal justice system, victims, or your community that we have not already discussed? ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

30.

PROGRAM OPERATING BUDGET LAST YEAR

What was your program's operating budget last year?

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

31.

PROVIDE REFERRALS TO COUNSELING

What type of services do you provide? (Circle all that apply) Referrals to counseling

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

32.

PROVIDE ASSIST W/ORDERS OF PROTECTION

What type of services do you provide? (Circle all that apply) Assistance with orders of protection

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

33.

PROVIDE ASSIST IN FILLING OUT COMP FORMS

What type of services do you provide? (Circle all that apply) Assistance in flling out compensation forms

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

34.

PROVIDE SHELTER

What type of services do you provide? (Circle all that apply) Shelter

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

35.

PROVIDE HOTLINES

What type of services do you provide? (Circle all that apply) Hotlines

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

36.

PROVIDE PUBLIC AWARENESS CAMPAIGNS

What type of services do you provide? (Circle all that apply) Public awareness campaigns

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

37.

PROVIDE OTHER - SPECIFY

What type of services do you provide? (Circle all that apply) Other - specify

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

38.

WHERE IS VICTIM PROGRAM BASED

Where is your victim program based? Is it a... (1) Court-based program (2) Law enforcement-based program (3) Prosecutor-based program (4) Non-profit program (5) Other ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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STAGES PROVIDE SERVICES

At what stages do you provide services? (1) Only during the crisis period (2) From the time of the police report until the case goes to the prosecutor (or the police close the case) (3) From the time of the police report until the disposit... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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TYPE OF VICTIMS SERVED

What type of victims do you serve? (1) All crime victims (2) Domestic violence victims only (3) Sexual assault victims only (4) Domestic violence and sexual assault victims (5) Other ... (view details)

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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# VTMS SERVED BY PROGRAM LAST YEAR

How many victims were served by your program last year?

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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PRIMARY FUNDING SOURCE

What is your primary funding source?

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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2ND FUND: FED VOCA MONEY

What are your secondary funding sources? (Circle all that apply) Federal VOCA money

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

44.

2ND FUND: FED STOP MONEY

What are your secondary funding sources? (Circle all that apply) Federal STOP money

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

45.

2ND FUND: OTHER FED MONEY-SPECIFY

What are your secondary funding sources? (Circle all that apply) Other federal money-specify

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

46.

2ND FUND: STATE MONEY-SPECIFY

What are your secondary funding sources? (Circle all that apply) State money-specify

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

47.

NUMBER OF YEARS PROGRAM IN EXISTENCE

How many years has this program been in existence?

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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2ND FUND: COUNTY/CITY MONEY

What are your secondary funding sources? (Circle all that apply) County/city money

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

49.

2ND FUND: FOUNDATION SUPPORT

What are your secondary funding sources? (Circle all that apply) Foundation support

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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2ND FUND: PRIVATE/CORP DONATIONS

What are your secondary funding sources? (Circle all that apply) Private/corporate donations

Taken from: Evaluation of Victim Services Programs Funded by "Stop Violence Against Women" Grants in the United States, 1998-1999 - Criminal Justice Victim Service Program Survey Data.

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