|Author: Glenn F. Kaminsky|
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The first "definitive" work on the subject, this manual/workbook provides readers with a hands-on introduction to the concepts, practices, tactics, and philosophies of the field training experience. It details the implementation and operation of the popular San Jose Model--now used by nearly 75% of law enforcement agencies and a significant number of telecommunications and corrections facilities. Provides sample forms on an accompanying disk. How to design and implement a field training and evaluation program and how to customize it to fit individual organizational needs. How to develop evaluations that ensure objectivity and reliability and that can withstand challenges, including courtroom challenges. Remedial and other training practices. The roles of the FTO/supervisor/manager. The National Association of Field Training Officers (NAFTO). For those in Law Enforcement, Corrections, and Communications.
From the Publisher:
The justice system is the focus of public scrutiny, more so today than ever before. It is imperative that only the competent be retained, that training be comprehensive and job-related, that evaluations be objective, and that an effective learning environment be created! It is equally important that training and evaluation programs follow a path required by the court and EEOC Guidelines, as demonstrated in this book.
The Field Training Concept in Criminal Justice Agencies addresses these issues and more in this definitive work, based on author Glenn Kaminsky's 30-year consultation and training relationship with the San Jose Model, the concept most widely used across the nation!