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The (FTEP) program consists of ___ weeks of collaborative field training and is intended to support a competency-based training system.


Chapter 1 p. 1-1


The (FTEP) program will provide a ____-week orientation at the beginning of Phase I and a final Test phase during which the original (primary) FTO will evaluate the trainee from a “ride-along” position.


Chapter 1 p. 1-1


…no evaluation will be conducted during “____” periods at the beginning of each of the three training phases so that trainees can adjust to the program and their new FTOs.


Chapter 1 p. 1-1


The ultimate decision to terminate a trainee requires an unacceptable rating(s) on the DOR, and should be linked to ____ or _____ of the nine Critical Tasks on the officer’s CHP 118.

One / more

Chapter 1 p. 1-3


Each Division and Area FTEP Coordinator/alternate shall successfully complete a _____ ______ _____ _________/___________/____________ Course prior to appointment, or transfer to the position.

POST-certified Field Supervisor/Administrator/Coordinator (SAC)

Chapter 2 p. 2-2


It is the responsibility of the ____ _________to initiate the rejection during probation process for those trainees who do not meet the program’s minimal performance standards.

Area commander

Chapter 2 p. 2-3


Each Area assigned a trainee shall provide an Area FTEP Coordinator. When an Area is assigned more than ___ trainees, the Area will also provide an _________ ____ ____ ___________.

two/ alternate Area FTEP Coordinator

Chapter 2 p. 2-4


Area FTEP Coordinators and their alternates are _________ who administer Area training operations as collateral duties.


Chapter 2 p. 2-4


Careful attention must be paid to the selection and retention of Area FTEP Coordinators and their alternates. ____________sergeants ______ not be appointed to these positions.

Probationary/ should

Chapter 2 p. 2-5


Area FTEP Coordinators conduct routine inspections of FTOs and trainees to ensure compliance with policy, appropriate performance and conduct. Examples of items to be inspected are, ___________ _________, _______ __________, ________ _______ __ ______ __________, CHP 115 forms, etc.

enforcement documents, /uniform appearance,/ Physical Methods of Arrest techniques

Chapter 2 p. 2-6


The role of the field training program trainee is to demonstrate the ability to perform as a ____ uniformed patrol officer by the end of the program. This is the standard by which the trainee will be measured throughout the training program.


Chapter 2 p. 2-8


The program's training periods and duration consist of four phases, each of which emphasizes a particular set of structured
knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSA’s)
and tasks. Phase I consists of an orientation period (____ days) followed by __ training days.

five / 15

Chapter 3 p. 3-1


Phase II and Phase III each consist of 15 training days. During each phase, the trainee is assigned to a different FTO. Phase IV consists of ____ days of final evaluation during which the trainee will be reassigned to the original Primary FTO assigned in Phase I.


Chapter 3 p. 3-2


The orientation period should, at a minimum, cover ________ and ______ weapons qualification as well as trainee demonstrated proficiency in ______ and _______techniques.

firearms/ impact

arrest/ control

Chapter 3 p. 3-2


Phase I is the introductory phase. It consists of the orientation period (five days) established in a classroom setting under the supervision of the Area Field Training and Evaluation Program (FTEP) Coordinator…
The CHP 115A, Daily Observation Report (Annex B), is not completed for trainees during this period.

True or False


Chapter 3 p. 3-2


Phase IV is the test phase. It is predominantly an evaluation only phase. It consists of ____ days of observed patrol activity.


Chapter 3 p. 3-2


The trainee cannot miss more than ___of the program's scheduled training days during a phase without the training phase being increased for the same number of days, beyond ___, that the trainee missed.

two/ two

Chapter 3 p. 3-3


The first ___ days of Phase I and the first day of Phase II and III are referred to as "limbo" periods during which the CHP 115A, Daily Observation Report, is not completed for trainees.


Chapter 3 p. 3-3


Normal training duration is 55 days. However, trainees still experiencing significant problems may be given a _______extension to overcome those problems. This provision ____ ___be construed to mean that every trainee has a right to an extension.

ten-day/ shall not

Chapter 3 p. 3-3


…the Area commander, with Division's concurrence, may approve a second ten-day extension period.

True or False


Chapter 3 p. 3-3


Training ______not be extended when it is apparent that the trainee does not have the ability to learn the job.


Chapter 3 p. 3-4


Each FTO shall possess the following qualifications: ..___ ____ patrol experience.

one year

Chapter 4 p. 4-3


FTOs must successfully complete a __ hour POST-certified Field Training Officer Course prior to training new officers. In addition, FTOs must complete the __-hour POST-certified Field Training Officer Update Course every ___years to satisfy the POST recertification requirement.

40 / 24 / three

Chapter 4 p. 4-4-4-5


There are three avenues of separation from the Department which apply to the FTEP. These include, _______ ______, _________ ______ _________, and ____________.

adverse action/ rejection during probation/ resignation

Chapter 5 p. 5-2