Changes and development of new systems, processes and interventions will be captured and evidenced by a team of researchers. A number of evaluations and research studies will be carried out on both a national and local level to evidence the impact of the programme in line with the objectives.
Researchers will be working directly with operational police and criminal justice staff to understand their experiences of working with vulnerable people and partner agencies, capture the impact of the programme on knowledge, skills and practice, identify barriers to implementing change and to ensure what is delivered is supported by a robust evidence base.
Data will be captured through interviews, questionnaires, case studies, force data (e.g. demand data, well-being data) and quality assurance processes.
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