center for victim research repository

Open Access Instruments Collection

Open Access Instruments Collection

 

This collection includes tools developed by researchers and practitioners to collect data and conduct research with crime victims and victim services. Tools include focus group protocols, survey instruments, interview protocols, and logic models.

Recent Submissions

  • Wilber, Kathleen; Navarro, Adria E; Gassoumis, Zachary D.; Yonashiro-Cho, Jeanine (The Gerontologist, 2010)
    The Team Effectiveness Inventory is a 21-question assessment which can be administered as a survey to individual team members. In addition to a global measure of team effectiveness, the instrument assesses five (5) aspects ...
  • Krebs, Christopher; Lindquist, Christine; Planty, Michael; Langton, Lynn (RTI International, 2016)
    Key References: Krebs, C., Lindquist, C., Berzofsky, M., Shook-Sa, B., Peterson, M., Planty, M., Langton, L., & Stroop, J. (2016, December). Campus Climate Validation Survey: Final technical report. Bureau of Justice ...
  • Wedd, Alan; Nicholson, Kristina (Ohio Department of Public Safety, Office of Criminal Justice Services, 2017)
    Key References: Wedd, A.W. & Nicholson, K.C., (2017). The Ohio crime victimization survey, 2016. Columbus, OH: Ohio Department of Public Safety, Office of Criminal Justice Services Primary Use/Purpose: The OCVS is ...
  • Richardson, Sondra (Georgia Criminal Justice Coordinating Council, 2016)
    The desired results of our programs are defined as client or victim outcomes. What are client outcomes? Outcomes show what difference a client’s involvement with our programs made in his or her Knowledge, Skills, Attitudes, ...