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The purpose of this order is to establish the duties and responsibilities of personnel assigned to training duties in the Field Training and Evaluation Unit. This order supports the Sheriff's Office Core Value of _________.

“Always Improving.”

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The Field Training and Evaluation Unit is a function of the Patrol and Enforcement Department. The chain-of-command is as follows for field training issues:

1. Director of Patrol and Enforcement;
2. Chief of Patrol East;
3. Field Training/Reserve Unit Lieutenant;
4. Field Training Liaison Sergeant;
5. Field Training Sergeant;
6. Field Training Coordinator;
7. Field Training Officer (FTO); and
8. Recruit.

3

The Field Training Staff will develop programs to meet the recruits' training needs and make ________ during all phases of training.

field observations

4

The Field Training Unit will be under a _________ who will ensure the efficient operation of the unit and that all aspects of field training are in compliance with Accreditation Standards as well as Sheriff's Office policy.

Commanding Officer,

5

The Field Training/Reserve Unit Lieutenant shall be trained in all aspects of the current Field Training and Evaluation program. He will:

1. Assume command responsibilities for the Field Training Unit;

2. Have authority over all aspects of recruit Field Training and Reserve Officer Field Training;

3. Review all recommendations for retention or termination of recruit personnel assigned to the Field Training Program;

4. Maintain a liaison with the Patrol Divisions and solicit feedback from the:

a. Academy;
b. Field Training Sergeants;
c. FTOs; and
d. Recruits.

6

The Field Training/Reserve Unit Lieutenant will conduct a critique of the Field Training Program through feedback from the recruits upon the conclusion of the ______ of Field Training.

final phase

7

The Field Training Liaison Sergeant is assigned to the _________.

Field Training Office

8

The Field Training Liaison Sergeant must:

1. Have been assigned to the Field Training program for a minimum of ___ years;

two

9

The Field Training Liaison Sergeant must:

2. Counsel recruits in matters referring to assignment, training, conflicts with their FTOs, and the need for _____ training;

remedial

10

The Field Training Liaison Sergeant must:

3. Review the following reports and make recommendations through the chain-of-command concerning all aspects of training:

a. Recruit Daily Observation Report Form (P-0717);
b. Exemplar Reports Form (P-1525);
c. End of Phase Reports Form (P-1520);
d. Daily Observation Performance Tracking Sheet Form (P-1528); and
e. Officer Safety Violation Reports Form (P-1773).

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The Field Training Liaison Sergeant must:

4. Assist FTOs and _______ in forming remedial training plans to fit training needs;

Sergeants

12

The Field Training Liaison Sergeant must:

5. Develop valid _________ for the training program for testing of recruits;

job-related tests

13

The Field Training Liaison Sergeant must:

6. Monitor ________ of recruits and FTOs;

field performance

14

The Field Training Liaison Sergeant must:

7. Maintain _______ training files

recruit

15

The Field Training Liaison Sergeant must:

8. Randomly review completed _____________ (P-0717) to ensure consistency and compliance with the Standardized Evaluation Guidelines.

Recruit Daily Observation Report Form

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The Field Training Liaison Sergeant will coordinate assignment of recruits to ________.

training squads.

17

The Field Training Sergeants are assigned to the _____ Division.

Patrol

18

The Field Training Sergeants will:

1. Recommend applicants; and

2. Supervise, evaluate, and make field observations of all FTOs under their command.

19

The Field Training Sergeants will review and approve all _____________ and any other reports generated by FTOs under their command.

Recruit Daily Observation Report Form (P-0717)

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The Field Training Sergeants will complete the Daily Observation Performance Tracking Sheet Form (P-1528), along with any other documents designated for supervisory completion by the _______ Unit.

Field Training

21

Assist FTOs with development of ______ training plans to fit individual recruit's training needs.

remedial

22

The Field Training Coordinator is assigned to the ___________.

Field Training Office

23

The Field Training Coordinator will:

1. Assist the Field Training Liaison Sergeant with development of remedial plans to fit training needs;

2. Assist in developing valid job-related tests for the training program for testing of Recruits;

3. Assist in administering Recruit testing;

4. Monitor field performance of Recruits and FTOs;

5. Maintain Recruit/FTO training files;

6. Assist the Patrol Training Coordinator as needed;

7. Perform other tasks as required to accomplish unit goals and objectives;

8. Review completed Recruit Daily Observation Report Form (P-0717) to ensure consistency and compliance with the Standardized Evaluation Guidelines; and

9. Notify the Personnel Division at least 10 business days in advance of the date(s) that police recruits will be going solo.

24

The Field Training Coordinator will:

9. Notify the Personnel Division at least __ business days in advance of the date(s) that police recruits will be going solo.

10

25

The Field Training Coordinator will coordinate assignments of Recruits to training squads with the approval of the Field Training Liaison ______.

Sergeant

26

Prospective FTOs must:

1. Make application to the Field Training Commander through their _____________;

chain-of-command

27

Prospective FTOs must:

2. Be recommended by a current Field Training Sergeant, Squad Sergeant, Watch Commander, and ___________;

Zone Commander

28

Prospective FTOs must:

3. Have a minimum of two years experience in the Patrol Division with the Jacksonville Sheriff's Office (JSO). Officers having prior police patrol experience with JSO or police patrol experience with other agencies may be selected as a FTO upon approval of the designated ______; and

Chief of Patrol

29

Prospective FTOs must:

4. Have not received discipline in the past __ months.

12

30

The FTO selection process will consist of a FTO Review Board composed of the Commanding Officer of the Field Training Program, the Field Training Liaison Sergeant and the __________.

Field Training Sergeant.

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The FTO Review Board will:

1. Review internal files;

2. Review report writing skills;

3. Review personnel files;

4. Review with applicants their personal values, attitudes, and knowledge of tactics that may be transmitted to new personnel; and

5. Make recommendations to the designated Chief of Patrol.

32

Prospective FTOs must successfully complete __ hours of training in FTO evaluation and teaching techniques.

40

33

FTOs will:

1. Instruct the recruit in the proper aspects of police procedures, adhering to the structured checklist provided in the _________; and

Recruit Training Manual

34

FTOs will:

2. Complete a Recruit Daily Observation Report Form (P-0717) for each ___ of training, along with other reports pertinent to the program, and have them reviewed by the Field Training Sergeant.

day

35

At the end of each phase of training, the FTO will complete an ____________ with a recommendation on how to continue with the recruit's training.

End of Phase Report Form (P-1520)

36

The FTO will formulate and implement _______ training plans to fit specific training needs for recruits not responding to training.

remedial

37

At a minimum, FTOs will be required to attend In-Service Training ______ and periodic FTO refresher training.

annually

38

If at any time and for any reason a FTO is suspended, he will be placed on ______ status.

inactive

39

___ year after returning to duty, the officer may reapply for active status, and if selected will need to complete the steps which are outlined in A, B, C, and D of this section.

One

40

The _______ Program (hereafter referred to as the program) is designed to provide new police officers with hands on experience of police work under the close supervision of a FTO.

Field Training

41

The length of the basic Field Training Program is __ weeks.

14

42

However, the program may be _______ if the Recruit is not yet ready for advancement to a patrol assignment, but is showing progress and there exists a real possibility that he will successfully complete the program within the extension period.

extended

43

The total length (weeks) of the extension will vary based on _______________.

color squad assignment (blue or gold)

44

The program is designed to train the ________ officer who has successfully completed the basic requirements of the Criminal Justice Standards Training Commission in the post basic training aspects of police work.

probationary

45

The program is divided into ___ phases of training during which the recruit will, upon successful completion of each phase, rotate among the various zones and watches as follows:

four

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a. Phase One;
(1) ___ month in duration; and
(2) Primary assignment to a zone, watch, and FTO.

One

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b. Phase Two;
(1) ___ month in duration; and
(2) Assignment to a different zone, watch, and FTO.

One

48

c. Phase Three;
(1) ___ month in duration; and
(2) Assignment to a different zone, watch, and FTO.

One

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d. Phase Four;

(1) ____ working days in duration;

(2) The recruit typically returns to the Phase One FTO, zone and watch;

(3) Upon successful completion, advancement to a patrol assignment; and

(4) Upon successful completion, advancement to the rank of police officer.

Eight

50

Remedial Training - (as required) This is done solely at the discretion of the field training office staff;

(1) Not to exceed a maximum of ____ rephase cycles consisting of eight working days each;

three

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Remedial Training - (as required) This is done solely at the discretion of the field training office staff;

(2) Assignment at the discretion of the FTO ______; and

Commander

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Remedial Training - (as required) This is done solely at the discretion of the field training office staff;

(3) The program terminates after the recruit is afforded three rephase cycles consisting of __ working days each and advancement to Phase Four is not recommended at the completion of the third rephase.

8

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Once the Police Recruit has successfully completed the field training program, attains the rank of Police Officer, and is assigned a permanent patrol assignment, his supervisor will complete the Probationary Officer Evaluation Report Form (P-0024) ______, which will be submitted through the chain-of-command and filed in the Field Training Office.

monthly

54

The integrity of the Field Training Program is dependent on the effective utilization of the __________________.

Standardized Evaluation Guidelines

55

It is extremely important that each evaluator measure performance by using the same standard. To eliminate errors in evaluation, the evaluator is mandated to review the Standardized Evaluation Guidelines prior to ____ evaluation.

EACH

56

The guidelines will remain consistent throughout __ phases of training

all

57

The guidelines are structured so as to set a _____ performance level against which the recruit is to be evaluated.

minimum

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