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Appendix

Appendix A: Indicator document

SARP evaluation indicators (updated 29 April 2011)
Objective 1: Improve processes and support for victims of sexual offences as they progress through the criminal justice system
Number of sexual offence cases reported to police
Number of victim/survivors offered support in the criminal justice system
Type of support taken up by victim/survivor
How many victim/survivors consent to Wraparound process
How many victim/survivors consent to CRCC support at the time
Timing of first contact with victim/survivor
Number of victim/survivors who do not take up Wraparound service and why
Number of times victim/survivor offered support
Time of consent to entering Wraparound (eg immediately after, other contact times etc)
Quality and timeliness of support offered to victim/survivors
Number of pre-trial applications
Number of pre trials that proceed
Availability of equipment
Number of people who choose not to use the video equipment
Number of people who choose to use the one-way screen
Number of key reforms completed
Number of children interviewed in accordance with the legislation (division 4.2a: use of pre-recorded evidence-in-chief)
Number of these interviews used in court
Number of proposed legislation changes that have been implemented
Who goes to court with the victims? (friend/family, CRCC, Victim Support, DPP)
Court processes that are available and/or effective
Victim satisfaction at court or in Court processes
Flow of information to victims
Objective 2: Reduce attrition in sexual offence matters in the criminal justice system
Number of sexual offence cases reported to police
Cases that progress to DPP stage of process
Cases that progress to the Magistrates Court
Number of cases that do not progress within the Magistrates Court
Cases that progress to the Supreme Court
Cases that progress to sentencing/court outcome
Cases that comply with/breach the sentence order
Length of time from reporting to police to case finalised in court
Duration of the case in the courts:

– Magistrates
– Supreme

Reasons why some victims choose to stay in the criminal justice system
Objective 3: Improve coordination and collaboration of agencies involved in the criminal justice system
Number of SARP meetings
Nature and quality of SARP meetings
Number of Wraparound meetings, signings of Charter and service standards developed
Nature and quality of Wraparound meetings
(CRCC) First Response team interaction with police, FAMSAC and CARHU
Nature and quality of First Response team interaction with police, FAMSAC and CARHU
Number of DPP—police meetings focusing on sexual offence matters and WAS role in supporting victim
Nature and quality of DPP—police meetings focusing on sexual offence matters and WAS role in supporting victim/survivor
Attendance number and range of attendees at SARP forum
Number of attendees at SARP meetings
Number and type of SARP training sessions delivered
Quality and timeliness of SARP training sessions delivered
Development and signing of MOUs
Number and nature of seminars conducted with service providers on the implementation of SARP legislation
Quality and timeliness of seminars conducted with service providers on the implementation of SARP legislation
Number of training on the use of equipment
Quarterly distribution of SARP newsletters

Appendix B: Wraparound terms of reference

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Appendix C: Part 3 Crimes Act (1900)

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