"Fidelity Checklist for Rpact Initial Interview" - Florida

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FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE
Rick Scott, Governor
Wansley Walters, Secretary
Fidelity Checklist for RPACT Initial Interview
Facility/Program: __________________________________________________
RPACT Interview Date:_______________ Name of Youth/DJJ
ID:____________
Starting Time: _____________________ Ending Time:_____________________
Observer Name & Title:_____________________________________________
Interviewer Name and Title: _________________________________________
Focus of this Session:
Please use this scale to rate what you observed during this session and
or check the
appropriate column (N/A = Not Applicable):
Not At All
Poorly
Adequately
Well Done
Very Well Done
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5
1.
Evidence of Staff Preparation
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a. Organized time and place for interview
b. Built flexibility into the timing of the interview
c. Reviewed available documentation
d. Discussed issues with collateral contacts
2737 Centerview Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3100
(850) 488-1850
http://www.djj.state.fl.us
The mission of the Department of Juvenile Justice is to increase public safety by reducing juvenile delinquency through effective
prevention, intervention, and treatment services that strengthen families and turn around the lives of troubled youth.
FLORIDA DEPARTMENT OF JUVENILE JUSTICE
Rick Scott, Governor
Wansley Walters, Secretary
Fidelity Checklist for RPACT Initial Interview
Facility/Program: __________________________________________________
RPACT Interview Date:_______________ Name of Youth/DJJ
ID:____________
Starting Time: _____________________ Ending Time:_____________________
Observer Name & Title:_____________________________________________
Interviewer Name and Title: _________________________________________
Focus of this Session:
Please use this scale to rate what you observed during this session and
or check the
appropriate column (N/A = Not Applicable):
Not At All
Poorly
Adequately
Well Done
Very Well Done
1
2
3
4
5
1.
Evidence of Staff Preparation
N/A
1
2
3
4
5
a. Organized time and place for interview
b. Built flexibility into the timing of the interview
c. Reviewed available documentation
d. Discussed issues with collateral contacts
2737 Centerview Drive
Tallahassee, Florida 32399-3100
(850) 488-1850
http://www.djj.state.fl.us
The mission of the Department of Juvenile Justice is to increase public safety by reducing juvenile delinquency through effective
prevention, intervention, and treatment services that strengthen families and turn around the lives of troubled youth.
2. Opening/Structuring statements
N/A
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a. Introduces self
b. Establishes welcoming, friendly, safe environment
c. Explains the purpose of the interview
d. Mentions the use of collateral sources of information
e. Offers to provide feedback once the assessment is
complete
f. Explains reason for note-taking
N/A
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3. Use of Motivational Interviewing skills
a. Uses open-ended questions
b. Uses affirmations
c. Uses reflections
d. Uses summaries
e. Non-judgmental approach
f. MI Spirit: collaboration, evocation , autonomy
g. Voice tone and body language contribute to
motivational setting
4. Offense/situational analysis process
N/A
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a. Is familiar with available information on youth’s
criminal and social history
b. Phrases questions in context of known history
c. Probes for thoughts, feelings, attitudes and beliefs
d. “Multi-tasks”- relates information across domains
during the course of the interview
5. Miscellaneous
N/A
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a. Maintains focus and control of the conversation
while allowing youth to do most of the talking
b. Monitors youth’s attention span and willingness or
ability to continue the interview
c. Uses vocabulary that matches the youth’s level of
comprehension
d. Thoroughness: follows through with significant
issues or information
6. Close-out
N/A
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a. Thanks youth; “magic question”
b. Offers to provide feedback for results
c. Pauses to review the notes for needed additional
information
d. Revisits any “red flag” issues for follow-up
Observer’s feedback and recommendations:
Observer’s Signature
Date
Interviewer’s self-evaluation and ideas for improvement:
Interviewer’s Signature
Date
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