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Performance Reports for VAW Prosecutor Funded Programs. Presented by Donna Phillips. Performance Report Due Dates. Performance Reports are in Microsoft Word & Excel Tab through the report automatically. In Excel any cells with “0” have formulas to automatically calculate
Presented by Donna Phillips
Tab through the report automatically.
In Excel any cells with “0” have formulas to
Report will be available around
December 20th for downloading from the VSS website: http://victimservicegrant.iowa.gov/
Click on “Performance Reports” and scroll down to the Performance Report section.Format
Summarize innovative projects, program successes, and/or positive changes.
Describe assistance your program has provided to clients/victims that your would like to share with VSS staff
Do not contact the Federal Office (OVW) with the question.
Please complete the report using Adobe and e-mail it to your VSS Primary Contact.
If you have any problems with Adobe, please contact your VSS Primary Contact immediately.General InformationTop Cover Sheet
# 2 Year – 2011
#3 Throughout report “Subgrantee” refers to your agency or program. Write in the agency name.
#4 Subgrant Numbers – This would be the two contract numbers for VAW for the calendar year. (I.e., VW-11-_ _ &
#5. Type of funded organization – Check all that apply.
5a and 5b ask about faith-based and culturally-specific community-based organizations
#6. Complete your Point of Contact.
#7 Regarding tribal populations: answer Yes or No (Remember if you are using VAW funds specifically for this purpose.)General InformationPg. 1 and 2
You can use increments. (i.e., 0.25; 0.5; etc.)
#10 Check all of the purpose areas that apply to your VAW grant.
At least one of these should apply for you to receive VAW funding.
Prosecutors– 2nd one down
Victim Services including Victim Witness Coordinators – 5th one down.A2. Staff Information – Pg 3 & B. Purpose Areas – Pg. 4
If the VAW grant funds a position that provides training
Complete pg. 5 & 6
You will need to track as best you can the types of professionals trained.
Optional question – page 7, question 14
Coordinated Community Response – pg.8
All VAWA programs must complete this section
Check off all that apply
Optional question-page 9, question 16VAWA Annual Report Continued
VAW funded personnel were used to create/edit policies
Check the type of policies/protocols.
Optional question—Page 12, question 18
Products – Page13
VAW funds used to develop, substantially revise or distribute products?
Brochures, Manuals, Training curricula, Training materials, and “other”
Number Created, Title, Audience, Number Distributed,
& Other languages.VAWA Annual Report Continued
Only entity this should apply to is the Court Improvement Project and the newly funded Protective Order Notification System
Specialized Units –
All DARTs and SARTs complete this section.
If you receive VAW funding for team members, activities, etc.VAW Annual Report Continued
Insufficient evidence (returned for further investigation):
Insufficient evidence/victim unavailable (no further action requested):
Request of victim/victim safety:
Question 38: Disposition of Cases Table
Definitions of Types of Dispositions:
Question #42 Protection Orders:
Question #43 Optional Narrative Question
Victim Service Support Administrator
email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Nicole.Romer@iowa.govCrime Victim Assistance DivisionVictim Services Support (VSS) Staff