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.
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
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.
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.
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.