PERFORMANCE METRICS IN INTEGRATED JUSTICE : Measuring Success and the Need for Improvement. presented by: Bob Roper, CIO Colorado Judicial Branch Teri B. Sullivan, SEARCH Group. DO NOT PANIC—THIS IS NOT A STATISTICS COURSE. PRESENTATION OBJECTIVES.
PERFORMANCE METRICS IN INTEGRATED JUSTICE:Measuring Success and theNeed for Improvement
Bob Roper, CIO Colorado Judicial Branch
Teri B. Sullivan, SEARCH Group
DO NOT PANIC—THIS IS NOT A STATISTICS COURSE
WHY MEASURE CJIS OBJECTIVES?
METHODS FORGATHERING DATA
INTEGRATED CRIMINAL JUSTICE OBJECTIVES THAT CAN BE MEASURED
“Broad Statements of Interest”
“Done on Time, Within Budget and Within Specs”
“Did It Perform As Designed?’
MEASURABLE BUSINESS OBJECTIVES
“Why Did We Pursue the Program in the First Place?”
BE INCREASINGLY SPECIFIC ABOUT THE MEASURE—THE MORE SPECIFIC, THE MORE RELIABLE THE MEASURE:
BE SURE YOUR MEASURABLE BUSINESS OBJECTIVE IS RELATED TO A GOAL.
SOME MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES FOR INTEGRATED JUSTICE GOALS
THESE ARE ONLY THE BASIC MEASURES THAT NEED TO BE EXPANDED AS DESCRIBED IN THE PRECEDING 3 EXAMPLES IN ORDER TO BECOME FULL MEASURABLE OBJECTIVES.
DISPLAYING AND PUBLISHING THE METRICS
…In order to reach the goals and objectives, one needs to measure and publish because, “People behave based on how they are measured.”
CAUTIONS IN MEASURING CJIS OBJECTIVES