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KEEPING SCORE Building an Internal and External Gang Strategy. School, Community & City-Wide Gang Strategies Presenter: Sarah Sunderlin Senior Research Analyst Division of Youth Services U.S. Department of Labor. First things first……. Setting realistic expectations What are we doing now?

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Keeping score building an internal and external gang strategy

KEEPING SCOREBuilding an Internal and External Gang Strategy

School, Community & City-Wide Gang Strategies

Presenter:

Sarah Sunderlin

Senior Research Analyst

Division of Youth Services

U.S. Department of Labor


First things first
First things first……..

  • Setting realistic expectations

    • What are we doing now?

    • Where are we heading?

    • How are we going to get there?

    • Who needs to be involved?


Keeping score
Keeping Score

  • Assessment

    • What strategies do we currently use?

      • A. Intervention

      • B. Prevention

      • C. Suppression

      • D. A combination


Keeping score1
Keeping Score

  • Assessment

    • What is the REAL problem?

    • What’s working?

    • What’s NOT working?

    • How do we assess the above?


Keeping score2
Keeping Score

  • Assessment

    • Who is tasked with answering these questions?

    • Do we need partners to help identify these answers?

    • If we can’t help, who can? What’s our referral process?



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Keeping Score

  • Who will be assigned to monitor the progress of reducing youth involvement with gangs?

  • Assign a team to help track the various strategies to ensure enough oversight.

  • Set realistic benchmarks


Keeping score internal vs external

Internal

School District Staff

Program Staff

Teachers

Parents

Service Providers

Community Residents

Law Enforcement

External

Law Enforcement

Mayors Office

Corrections/Probation/Parole

Local Government

Social Services

Faith-based Orgs.

Youth Councils

Community Programs

Keeping Score – Internal vs. External


Keeping score the score card developing an internal strategy by building sustainable partnerships
Keeping Score - The Score CardDeveloping an Internal Strategy by Building Sustainable Partnerships







The score card internal strategy building partnerships
The Score CardInternal Strategy – Building Partnerships


Assessing the internal strategy
Assessing the Internal Strategy

  • Once you have established key partners and defined each responsibility, enter this on the scorecard template.

  • Assess who is “not at the table” that you think would add substantial value to your strategy.

  • Add them to the scorecard as “potential” partners.

  • Set a goal and come back to measure your success, 3, 6, 9 months later.


Monitoring internal activities
Monitoring Internal Activities

  • Listing activities that your program and partners can actively achieve within a set time period, will helpmeasure where you are and where you would like the program to be six months from now.

    • For example, listing certain outreach activities can help measure who does what when, and/or what you hope to do, next month, next year.


Keeping score activity score card
Keeping ScoreActivity Score Card


Keeping score other activity ideas
Keeping ScoreOther Activity Ideas


Record monitor review
Record – Monitor - Review

  • To keep the Score Card simple set activity monitoring to a three/four month cycle.

  • Record each months activities

  • Review at the end of your target evaluation date and refine your goals for the next three month period. Add new activities.



Keeping score external partnership roles
Keeping ScoreExternal Partnership Roles

  • Law Enforcement

  • Corrections Department

  • Social Services

  • Mayors Office

  • Youth Councils

  • Faith-based Org.

  • Local Government

  • City Council

  • Employment Programs


Keeping score external partnership goals
Keeping ScoreExternal Partnership Goals

  • Law Enforcement

  • Corrections Department

  • Social Services

  • Mayors Office

  • Youth Councils

  • Faith-based Org.

  • Local Government

  • City Council

  • Employment Programs


Keeping score external partnership investment
Keeping ScoreExternal Partnership Investment

  • Law Enforcement

  • Corrections Department

  • Social Services

  • Mayors Office

  • Youth Councils

  • Faith-based Org.

  • Local Government

  • City Council

  • Employment Programs

  • Community Based Org.


Keeping score external partnership commitment
Keeping ScoreExternal Partnership Commitment

  • Law Enforcement

  • Corrections Department

  • Social Services

  • Mayors Office

  • Youth Councils

  • Faith-based Org.

  • Local Government

  • City Council

  • Employment Programs

  • Community Based Org.




Keeping score activity monitoring
Keeping Score – Activity Monitoring Partnerships

Activity

  • Steering Committee Meetings

  • Material Distribution

  • Gang Mapping

  • Training

  • Cross-agency meetings

  • Community Awareness

  • Newsletter

  • Orientation

  • Activity Organizing Events


Final score
FINAL SCORE Partnerships

  • Assessing the strategy after implementation

    • Are we on target with our plan?

    • Have we leveraged resources to assist with our sustainability plan?

    • Is our target population receiving the necessary services to achieve the best possible outcomes? If so, how are we measuring this?


For more information regarding the score card
For more information regarding the SCORE CARD Partnerships

Contact

Sarah Sunderlin

Senior Research Analyst

202-693-2963

[email protected]


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