In a effort to learn from preventionists and evaluation partners around the country, this section of the toolkit provides case examples and case studies in sexual violence prevention evaluation. If you have a lesson learned that you would like to share, you can submit your case examples for consideration by filing out this brief online submission form.
Case Study: Culturally Relevant Evaluation of Prevention Efforts
This case study examines the evaluation process of a violence prevention curriculum called “Walking in Balance With All Our Relations: A Violence Prevention Curriculum for Indigenous People.”
You can also watch this recorded webinar with the authors of the case study. Evaluating Culturally-Relevant Sexual Violence Prevention Initiatives: Lessons Learned with the Visioning B.E.A.R. Circle Intertribal Coalition Inc. Violence Prevention Curriculum
Case Example: University Partnership/Mixed Methods
This case example provides a description of a partnership between a rape crisis center and a university to create a meaningful pre/post-test questionnaire to evaluate their prevention program.
Case Example: Participatory Evaluation at the Local Level
This case example provides a description of participatory evaluation within a school-based prevention program were staff worked with student leaders to develop outcome measures, provide observations, and analyze and interpret the data collected.
Case Example: Conducting a Statewide Survey Focused on Risk and Protective Factors
This case example provides an overview of how one state created and used a survey to identify risk and protective factors for sexual violence. Read more about the process in this blog post Not for the Faint of Heart: Conducting State-wide Surveys.