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1

What is an appraisal based on?

The appraisal is based on demonstrated performance as it relates to behaviour, knowledge and skills that are
important to the job performed by the officer.
In addition, it provides recognition and feedback, as well as
identifying training and developmental needs.

2

Officers will be evaluated by one (1) supervisor who has supervised the officer for a minimum period of _____. Where possible, the same appraiser should assess the officer throughout the one (1) year appraisal period.

ninety (90) days

3

Should the previous year's appraisal influence the current years?

No. Prior to commencing an appraisal of an officer, the appraiser assigned shall review the officer’s previous year’s
appraisal to ensure performance issues have been addressed. However, this review shall not influence the year–end rating of the current appraisal.

4

The appraisal form shall remain in an officer’s unit personnel file for ______.

five (5) years

5

When a temporary transfer is for more than _______, the officer’s new supervisor will assume responsibility for the performance appraisal and will liaise with the officer’s
former supervisor.

six (6) months

6

Constables assigned to the Generalist Constable Development Program shall be evaluated on their job
performance within each training assignment. At the conclusion of each training period, a _____ shall be
completed by the constable’s immediate supervisor. The ____ will be completed IN ADDITION to the annual
performance evaluation.

TPS 528

7

During the Generalist Constable Development Program; Training activity checklists (TPS 526 and TPS 527) for the investigative and interpersonal skills segments of the
program shall be maintained by _______ to assist in tracking the activities participated in or demonstrated.

the constable

8

The annual uniform performance appraisal (annual appraisal) is for one (1) year consisting of 2 steps:

commencement of the appraisal process and
the year–end summary.

9

Commencement of the Annual Appraisal Process
This consists of three areas:

 identifying any specific tasks unique to the officer’s current duties/responsibilities
 discussing with the officer the sections on personal qualities, technical skills and core
competencies, and
 completing the development plan.

10

Officers may respond to their annual appraisal by completing a TPS 649 within _____ of being counselled.

ten (10) days

11

Unit commanders or, if applicable, _____, shall review the appraisal forms, make any appropriate comments and meet with the officer.

the second in command

12

A performance appraisal shall be completed for probationary constables at the conclusion of Compressed Work Week (CWW) cycle 1 and 2 by who?

the assigned coach officer

13

A performance appraisal shall be completed for probationary constables at the conclusion of CWW cycle 3, 5, 7 and 9 by who?

the assigned supervisory officer

14

Reclassification from 4th to 3rd class will take place as part of the evaluation process for probationary constables.
The __________ will review the final probationary constable performance appraisal and if the constable’s
performance is deemed satisfactory, recommend reclassification.

unit commander

15

Probationary sergeants/detectives will have a performance appraisal completed by the assigned supervisory
officer prior to the completion of the_______ following promotion. No annual appraisal is required
for probationary sergeants.

the 3rd, 6th and 10th month

16

Who will use the TPS 508 to ensure that critical supervisory experiences are undertaken or reviewed during the probationary period?

Probationary sergeants/detectives

17

Does the appraisal process include constable reclassification from 3rd to 2nd and 2nd to 1st class?
Do they also have an annual appraisal?

Yes
No

18

Is the time spent by constables on light duties for reasons such as pregnancy, sickness, or injury considered time served in the rank for reclassification purposes?

Yes provided they are performing a policing function which is customarily performed by officers such as alternate response, station duty or divisional analyst.

19

In instances where a constable is absent from work due to an IOD, is the period of absence counted as active service?

YES provided that
 the minimum twelve (12) months required period of service between classifications has been met
 the constable has returned to a policing function for at least ninety (90) days
 the constable has been evaluated by supervisors and the evaluations indicate that the constable
possesses the knowledge, skills and abilities required for reclassification

20

When a constable chooses to appeal or dispute a
recommendation under this section, the constable shall notify their unit commander and the Toronto Police
Association within ______ of the time the constable was informed that the reclassification was being withheld.

seventy two (72) hours

21

Where a recommendation is made to dispense with the services of a Probationary Constable during his/her
probationary period as defined in the Police Services Act; the P/C has 72 hours to respond. If the P/C disputes the recommendation, he/she shall so notify the Association and the P/C's Unit Commander. What is the next step?

the entire employment record of the Constable shall be placed before the Standing Committee on Probationary Constables which shall consider whether there was a reasonable and proper basis for the recommendation to terminate. Majority rules.

22

A Committee shall be formed known as the Standing Committee on Probationary Constables and shall be
comprised of:

Three (3) members selected by the Chief of Police and three (3) members selected by the
Association, two (2) of whom shall be members in a full-time office of the Association