DJJ Form ADSD-21(A) "Juvenile Probation Standardized Evaluation Guidelines" - Florida

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STATE OF FLORIDA
ADSD-21(a)
DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE
Juvenile Probation Standardized Evaluation Guidelines
The following “1,” “4,” and “7” scale value definitions are to be used when rating a trainee in each of the
performance categories. The categories [Unacceptable, Acceptable, and Superior] build upon one another
(i.e., a score in the Superior range requires compliance with all guidelines illustrated in the Acceptable
range). It is through the use of these guidelines that program standardization and rating consistency are
achieved.
1.
PERSONAL APPEARANCE GUIDELINES: Evaluates physical appearance, dress, and
demeanor.
(1)
Unacceptable: Dirty shoes and wrinkled uniform. Uniform fits poorly or is improperly
worn. Hair un-groomed and/or in violation of department regulations. Equipment is
missing, dirty, or inoperative. Offensive body odor and breath.
(4)
Acceptable: Uniform neat and clean. Uniform fits and is worn properly; equipment is
clean and operative. Hair worn within regulations, shoes shined, and displays satisfactory
appearance and demeanor.
(7)
Superior: Uniform neat, clean and pressed. Shoes are shined. Displays commanding
appearance and demeanor.
2.
ACCEPTANCE OF FEEDBACK: Evaluates the way the trainee accepts criticism/feedback and
how that feedback is used to further the learning process and improve performance.
(1)
Unacceptable: Rationalizes mistakes, denies errors were made, is argumentative, refuses to
(or does not attempt to) make corrections. Considers feedback as a personal attack.
(4)
Acceptable: Accepts feedback in a positive manner and applies it to improve performance
and further learning. Does not argue or blame others for errors.
(7)
Superior: Actively solicits feedback in order to further learning and improve performance,
and applies that feedback in the performance of assigned duties.
Standardized Evaluation Guidelines
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Effective 12/15/06 - Revised 2-10-11
STATE OF FLORIDA
ADSD-21(a)
DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE
Juvenile Probation Standardized Evaluation Guidelines
The following “1,” “4,” and “7” scale value definitions are to be used when rating a trainee in each of the
performance categories. The categories [Unacceptable, Acceptable, and Superior] build upon one another
(i.e., a score in the Superior range requires compliance with all guidelines illustrated in the Acceptable
range). It is through the use of these guidelines that program standardization and rating consistency are
achieved.
1.
PERSONAL APPEARANCE GUIDELINES: Evaluates physical appearance, dress, and
demeanor.
(1)
Unacceptable: Dirty shoes and wrinkled uniform. Uniform fits poorly or is improperly
worn. Hair un-groomed and/or in violation of department regulations. Equipment is
missing, dirty, or inoperative. Offensive body odor and breath.
(4)
Acceptable: Uniform neat and clean. Uniform fits and is worn properly; equipment is
clean and operative. Hair worn within regulations, shoes shined, and displays satisfactory
appearance and demeanor.
(7)
Superior: Uniform neat, clean and pressed. Shoes are shined. Displays commanding
appearance and demeanor.
2.
ACCEPTANCE OF FEEDBACK: Evaluates the way the trainee accepts criticism/feedback and
how that feedback is used to further the learning process and improve performance.
(1)
Unacceptable: Rationalizes mistakes, denies errors were made, is argumentative, refuses to
(or does not attempt to) make corrections. Considers feedback as a personal attack.
(4)
Acceptable: Accepts feedback in a positive manner and applies it to improve performance
and further learning. Does not argue or blame others for errors.
(7)
Superior: Actively solicits feedback in order to further learning and improve performance,
and applies that feedback in the performance of assigned duties.
Standardized Evaluation Guidelines
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Effective 12/15/06 - Revised 2-10-11
3.
ATTITUDE TOWARD WORK: Evaluates how the trainee views new career in terms of
personal motivation, goals and acceptance of the responsibilities of the job.
(1)
Unacceptable: Sees career only as a job, uses job to boast ego, abuses authority,
demonstrates little dedication to the principles of the profession.
(4)
Acceptable: Demonstrates an active interest in new career.
(7)
Superior: Actively solicits assistance from others to increase professional knowledge and
improve skills. Demonstrates concern for the fair and equitable treatment of youths in terms
of professional responsibilities.
4.
PROBLEM SOLVING / DECISION MAKING: Evaluates the trainee’s ability to reason out
problems and relate it to what he/she was taught. Evaluates the trainee’s ability to foresee problems
& arrive at solutions.
(1)
Unacceptable: Acts without thought, or is indecisive. Relies on others to make his/her
decision.
(4)
Acceptable: Is able to reason out problems and relate it to what he/she was taught. Has
good perception and ability to make his/her own decisions.
(7)
Superior: Excellent perception in foreseeing problems and is proactive in determining
solutions; demonstrates the ability to arrive at appropriate solutions to problems.
5.
INTERACTION WITH GENERAL PUBLIC /STAFF: Evaluates the trainee’s ability to relate
to the general public and staff.
(1)
Unacceptable: Abrupt, belligerent, overbearing, arrogant, and uncommunicative.
Overlooks or avo ids “service” aspect of the job; introverted, insensitive and/or uncaring.
Considers himself/herself superior to other trainees, gossips about other officers to belittle
others to play one against the other.
(4)
Acceptable: Courteous, friendly and empathetic. Communicates in a professional manner;
is service oriented. Good peer relationships and is accepted as a group member.
(7)
Superior: Is very at ease with the general public; quickly establishes rapport and leaves
people feeling the employee was interested in assisting them; is objective in all contacts.
Peer group leader; actively assists other trainees; has excellent rapport with all other
officers; displays empathy toward all employees.
Standardized Evaluation Guidelines
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