Community Project Workers Scheme Crime Prevention Projects | Evaluation Report

Between 1997 and 1998, Department of Internal Affairs (DIA) Community Advisors worked with community groups to establish crime prevention projects under the Community Project Workers Scheme (CPWS). The projects were located in areas identified under the 1997 Government Crime Prevention Package as five of New Zealand’s crime “hotspots”: Christchurch, Gisborne, Hamilton, Otara and Kaikohe. Using data gathered over a two year period, this report evaluates the effectiveness of the CPWS projects.  

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Date of last publication
2000

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