Available types of reports

We offer four types of report, as well as the possibility of having a report tailored to your specific programme needs:

  1. Descriptive report
  2. Beginning vs end of programme evaluation report
  3. Report comparing completers vs non-completers
  4. Report on one specific couple (case study)
  5. Individual programme report

All reports include:

  • Unlimited access to WWP EN Impact Toolkit questionnaires and online data collection systems
  • Access to manuals
  • Support from WWP EN team of researchers and experts
  • Contribution to WWP EN evidence base on domestic violence perpetrator programmes
Type of ReportInformation includedRecommended for
Descriptive report (yearly basis)

Yearly descriptive statistics about the participants[1].

The D-Report includes participants demographic information and main programme outcomes, any changes in:

  • Behavior change (including change in impact).
  • Safety/Well-being.
  • Changes in the lives of children.
  • Achievement of the hopes of clients and their partners/ex-partners.
  •  Attitudes change in male participants in domestic violence intervention programme.
  • Perceived changes as a result of begin in the programme.
Further, it includes a comparison between client and partner views on those aspects. Finally, the report includes general conclusions and recommendations.

[1] Participants = clients & (ex-) partners

We recommend this report for programmes interested in knowing more about

  • their participants’ main demographic characteristics and
  • the main outcomes of their programme, and
  • a comparison of this data on a yearly basis.
 
Beginning vs end of programme evaluation reportThe BvE-report includes the same information of the descriptive report but focusses only on participants who finished the entire programme. It gives information about the changes that the participants have made through the programme and any statistical significance. Further, it includes statistical comparison between client and partner views on those aspects. Finally, the report includes general conclusions and recommendations.We recommend this report for programmes interested in comparing the participants’ main demographic characteristics and the main outcomes of their programme at the beginning and at the end of the programme, and to explore if those changes are statistically significant.
Report comparing completers vs non-completersThe CvNC-report is an addition to the descriptive report focusing on participants that have completed the programme vs those who did not. Descriptive statistics and statistical analyses look for differences between both groups leading to general conclusions and data-based recommendations.We recommend his report for programmes interested in exploring and comparing the main demographic characteristics and the main outcomes of those participants that have completed the programme and those who did not complete it.
Report on a specific couple

The SC-Report includes information about one couple, giving detailed information about: demographics; any changes in behavior (including change in impact); safety/well-being; the lives of children; achievement of the hopes of clients and their partners/ex-partners; attitudes in male participants in domestic violence intervention programme; perceived changes as a result of begin in the programme.. Further, it includes a comparison between client and partner views on those aspects. Finally, the report includes general conclusions and recommendations.

We recommend this report for programmes interested in gaining detailed knowledge about one specific couple. This might be because it is a situation of particular interest for the programme, be useful as a case study for funders/commissioners or to illustrate a situation is typical of or usual to the programme.

 

Last changed: 26.11.2019