Gender-Responsive Program Assessment Tool
If you are interested in program assessment, you can access the Gender-Responsive Program Assessment tool here which was developed for program administrators, evaluators, agency monitors and staff to use to evaluate the gender responsiveness of programs for women and girls. The assessment instrument is based on the fundamental elements of quality programming including the guiding principles from the "Gender-Responsive Strategies: Research, Practice, and Guiding Principles for Women Offenders Report" (Bloom, Owen, & Covington, 2003).
Gender-Responsive Policy & Practice Assessment (GRPPA) Tool
Available on the National Institute of Corrections (NIC) website, the Gender-Responsive Policy & Practice Assessment (GRPPA) is a process designed to guide assessment of research-based, gender-responsive policies and practices in jails, prisons, and community corrections programs for women. The GRPPA is intended for agencies to conduct an internal analysis of what they have in place and whether it is gender-responsive, to identify gaps and to begin to develop strategies to meet their objectives in improving management of justice involved women.
Learn more and start the Assessment here.