Methods - process evaluation and lessons learnt information

Process evaluation and lessons learnt typically takes the form of:
  • Interviews and workshops;
  • Observation, such as observing a school visit or viewing installed fencing;
  • Data on the outputs, such as the number of school visits, the number of patrols, the length of fencing installed etc;
  • Time and cost of interventions, such as 1000 hours devoted to patrols, £100,000 cost of fencing etc.

Key data sources include:

  • People responsible for implementation, such as
  • BTP, Designing out Crime Officers, 
  • Route safety manager 
  • Network Rail engineers
  • Station managers
  • Intermediaries through who an intervention is operated, such as:
  • School teachers
  • Neighbouring landowners
  • People who are engaged by the intervention, such as:
  • School pupils
  • Passengers
  • Holiday makers and visitors
  • Nearby residents

Process evaluation case study - Network Rail North Wales Coast “Summer trespass intensive project” – find out more.

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