The strategic evaluation work programme was started from mid-2011 and is run by the New Zealand Aid Programme Evaluation Team. The programme involved the commissioning of a multi-year programme of independent strategic evaluations that cover sectors, programmes, policies and special interest evaluations.
A multi-year programme starting from June 2012 will be confirmed in 2012 and published on this website. The evaluations identified below have been commissioned in the 2011-2012 financial year.
This evaluation assesses the extent to which the New Zealand Aid Programme’s support for work implemented by New Zealand Police has been and could be more relevant, effective, efficient and sustainable going forward. The evaluation will also identify key lessons for the overall programme of police work including for effective police work in post-conflict and/or fragile states. An evaluation report examining policing work in post-conflict and/or fragile states, a research report examining lesson from community policing in post-conflict and/or fragile states, and an evaluation report examining policing work in the Pacific will be completed over the next two years.