Assessments are conducted in 3-year intervals and must include:
Assessment must demonstrate that the Task Force has comprehensively:
Assessment must also show that a study was conducted and describe the method in which it was conducted. The resulting report must:
There is no requirement/limit for a specific number of recommendations that must be developed/adopted, but there must be at least one recommendation in each category (A, B, C).If multiple recommendations are made within one category, they may be listed in order of priority and include clear designations about how each recommendation is aligned with one or more categories.
All activities funded over the next three-year period must be aligned with one or more of the most recent Task Force recommendations.
Click on the links below for copies of CJA Three-Year Task Force Assessment reports:
2021 Assessment Quality Legal Representation
2018 Assessment: Effectiveness of Child Abuse Investigations
2015 Assessment: Consistency of Assessment and Response to Allegations of Maltreatment
2012 Assessment: Child Abuse Involving Child Victims with Special Needs
2009 Assessment: Guardian Ad Litem, Mandated Reporter Child Sexual Abuse Training