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In Group Preventing Targeted Violence at your Installation


The purpose of this evaluation is to determine the extent to which Program Plan activities are implemented and achieve their intended outcomes. Evaluation is important to determine what Program Plan activities work well, what could be improved, and whether the Program Plan would be appropriate to replicate at other installations. Evaluation data will inform improvements and decisions about future implementation, dissemination, and scale up of Program Plan activities. The evaluation will also provide data to report progress towards preventing targeted violence at an installation to the Office of the Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Military Personnel Policy and the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Intelligence & Security. This Evaluation Plan includes information about the evaluation process, evaluation stakeholders and roles, approvals, evaluability assessment, the Program Plan and logic model, the evaluation purpose and approach, evaluation questions, risk and protective factors that are expected to be impacted by Program Plan activities, the impact of Program Plan activities on targeted violence indicators, and the evaluation timeline. Risk factors are characteristics or behaviors that contribute to an individual’s risk of targeted violence perpetration, and protective factors are characteristics or behaviors that lower an individual’s risk of targeted violence perpetration. The Program Plan and this Evaluation Plan focus primarily on risk and protective factors related to individual Service members and attitudes, beliefs, and intentions.
Topic: Risk Factors
Produced By: PERSEREC
Document Type: Tool
Product ID: PA-23-03, DPAC-2023-324