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Psychological Fitness-for-Duty Evaluation: A Reprint from “FBI Law Enforcement Bulletin”
Laurence Miller (au)
If law enforcement supervisors suspect that personality disorders or stress reactions cause or contribute to problem behavior or substandard performance & the usual channels of review, coaching, counseling, & discipline have failed to effect a substantial change, they may order a formal psychological fitness-for-duty evaluation (FFDE). Through such an exam, agencies hope to determine an officer’s psychological capability of remaining on the job & to identify, if necessary, measures to help improve the employee’s effectiveness or reasonable accommodations to allow the officer to work in spite of residual disabilities. This article discusses the psychological FFDE: (1) The Evaluation: Initial Considerations; Recommendaitons for Officers; (2) The Report: Identifying Data; Reason for the Evaluation; Background Information; Review of Records; Clinical Interview & Behavioral Observations; Collateral Interviews; Psychological Test Findings; Conclusions & Discussion; & Recommendations. Also includes Tips for Officers Referred for an FFDE. Illus.
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