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Office of Criminal Justice Programs
Bill Scollon, Director

OCJP Victims Services

Tennessee Victim Service Statistics

Statewide victim service statistics featuring tables and charted data have been created from annual output report information provided by grant subrecipients. These statistics display comparison data by funding source of the types of victims served, demographic information about those served, and the types of services provided.

FVPSA – FY2010 / FY2011 / FY2012

METH – FY2010 / FY2011 / FY2012

SASP – CY 2011 / CY 2012

STOP – FY2010 / FY2011 / FY2012

VOCA – FY2010 / FY2011 / FY2012

Outcome Data - FY2012


OCJP Logic Model Training Presentation

The OCJP Logic Model is broken into ten easy to read sections to help you effectively write a grant project application narrative.  This presentation reviews each section of the logic model to provide guidance on completing the narrative and budget portions of your grant application.

OCJP Data Collection Guidelines (revised 2012)   

The OCJP Data Collection Guidelines provides instruction on how to count clients and services, which type(s) of surveys to use for your OCJP grant and explains why outcomes are important.  The Guidelines also provide a list of FVPSA, METH, SASP, STOP and VOCA service definitions.

Sample Surveys

Client Outcome Survey

The Client Outcome Survey type is used by all victim service projects except for domestic violence shelter programs.  See the OCJP Data Collection Guidelines for more information.

Domestic Violence Shelter Programs Client Outcome Survey

Domestic violence shelter programs will collect the Domestic Violence Shelter Programs Outcome Survey from all residential and non-residential clients served by the agency.  See the OCJP Data Collection Guidelines for more information.

Training Participant Survey

All OCJP victim service projects that use any grant funds to train professionals or allied professionals are required to distribute the Training Participant Survey. NOTE: Community education and community outreach are not considered training events and do not require a survey. See the OCJP Data Collection Guidelines for more information.