Loyola's CCJ is conducting a process and impact evaluation of the Focused Deterrence project being carried out in Rockford, Illinois, which involves not only the Rockford Police Department but also numerous county, state and federal justice agencies and a variety of social service providers in Winnebago County, Illinois.
This report describes findings from a follow-up survey conducted in 2019 that gauged citizens' perceptions of crime and disorder in Rockford, what they saw as appropriate responses to violent crime and those who commit violent crime, as well as their perceptions of the Rockford Police Department and the Winnebago Count Court system.
This Research Brief provides a comparison of the responses between the 2017 and 2019 surveys to determine perceptions of specific crime issues and justice agency performance have changed.
This report describes findings from a survey of Rockford police officers to better understand their perceptions of how they are treated within their organization and their interactions with community members.
This report reviews FDI’s pilot years, with a focus on evaluating FDI processes key to the program design.