A common rational policy-making approach involves the formulation of logic models.Gain an understanding of the best ways to evaluate the performance of an entire organization.
By developing a logic model for an organization, we can better determine the goals of the organization and
whether they meet the demands of the constituent stakeholders. The most effective evaluation models are those
that properly align the needs of the constituent stakeholders with the desired outcomes and measurable outputs
of the organization.
First, select a law enforcement agency of your choice. The organization can be your current employer, your
school’s security department, or any other law enforcement agency that you are familiar with.
Next, follow the steps by fully completing Worksheet for Building Logic Models (Template 1). Then transpose the
information onto Logic Model Template 2. Submit both templates to the Assignment Dropbox.
In developing your logic model, you must follow the following steps in order:
• Determine the needs of the stakeholders.
• Develop the desired outcomes.
• Determine the available inputs.
• Determine the activities.
• Develop the outputs.
• Develop the goals
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