ILJ, with funding from the Violence Against Women Office, administered by the National Institute of Justice, conducted a national evaluation of the Grants to Encourage Arrest Policies Program.  As part of this evaluation, ILJ conducted process evaluations of 20 programs.  The individual reports are shown below.  See also ILJ's Domestic Violence website.

Process Evaluation of the Eloy Arrest Policies Project
Eloy, Arizona - June 1999

Process Evaluation of the Yavapai County Development and Implementation of Domestic Violence Protocols
Prescott, Arizona - August 1998

Review of the California District Attorneys Association Violence Against Women Training Program
 California - May 1999

Process Evaluation of the Lake County Arrest Policies Project
Lakeport, California - June 1999

Process Evaluation of the California POST Domestic Violence Training Project
Sacramento, California - February 1999

Process Evaluation of the Southwest Colorado Domestic Violence Project
Durango, Colorado - July 1999

Process Evaluation of the Pueblo Domestic Violence Project
Pueblo, Colorado - July 1999

Process Evaluation of the Chicago Heights Arrest Policies Project
Chicago Heights, Illinois - June 1999

Process Evaluation of the Jefferson County Domestic Violence Unit
Louisville, Kentucky - August 1999

Process Evaluation of the Greenville Arrest Policies Project
Greenville, Mississippi - June 1999

Process Evaluation of the Kansas City / Jackson County Response to Sexual Assault
Kansas City, Missouri - April 1999

Process Evaluation of the Manchester/Hillsborough County Domestic Violence Project
Manchester, New Hampshire - April 2000

Process Evaluation of the Santa Fe County Arrest Policies Project
Santa Fe, New Mexico - July 1999

Process Evaluation of the Queens County Arrest Policies Project
Queens, New York - October 1999

Process Evaluation of the Durham Arrest Policies Project
Durham, North Carolina - April 1999

Process Evaluation of Stark Countys STOP Prosecution Project
Stark County, Ohio - February 1999

Process Evaluation of the South Carolina Attorney Generals Office Domestic Violence Training Project
Columbia, South Carolina - September 1998

Process Evaluation of the Shelby County Arrest Policies Project
Memphis, Tennessee - March 2000

Process Evaluation of the Austin Family Violence Protection Team
Austin, Texas - May 1999

Process Evaluation of the Dane County Arrest Policies Project
Madison, Wisconsin - August 1999

Process Evaluation of the Dane County Sheriffs Office Domestic Violence Unit
Madison, Wisconsin - April 2000