Have you had the opportunity to give a rookie an orientation class?
Do you feel the orientation classes address important information that our rookies need to know?
What classes in orientation need to be changed? Which classes do you feel are most important? Are there any classes that you feel we should add to the process?
Explain how valuable you feel the process is. Have you seen a difference in how it is now, as to how it used to be prior to an orientation process.
Please list the expectations (goals) the department has for the new employee in their first year.
What are your expectations for a rookie in their first year?
How do you view our current evaluation process of the rookies?
What are your thoughts on the daily evaluation books/sheets? Are they useful to the officers filling them out? Useful to the rookie? Please explain.
Do you fill out their daily evaluation sheets or do they fill them out and you sign it?
As an officer, do you give the rookie feed back on the written comments of their daily evaluation form? If so, please explain your process (exp. Pull them aside, just hand book back, etc.)
Do you feel the books are a pain to fill out?
Do you feel we need a daily evaluation book? If not, how often would you suggest an evaluation form be filled out on a rookie.
Do you think an evaluation book is necessary at all?
Who should be the person evaluating the rookie? Please explain the importance of this person.
Explain what qualifications you have in evaluating an employee.
Do you feel we as officers are all on the same page as to what the department is looking for in our new employees?
OFFICER QUESTIONNAIRE FOR ROOKIES