Course Details

Course TitleThe JR&A CPI Police and Public Safety Report as a Screening Tool for Riverside County
Date 6/9/2017
ProviderJohnson, Roberts, & Associates
Credit Hours6
Instructor(s)Mike Roberts, Ph.D., Ryan Roberts, J.D., M.A.
Method of InstructionLecture
Approving AgencyAPA
Course Syllabus

Course Description

Strategies for Using the JR&A CPI Selection Report Together with the MMPI-2 RF to Formulate a Selection Recommendation.

Course Objectives

<ul><li>Gain an understanding of the methods used to create the CPI scales and their relevance to the CA POST dimension</li><li>Be able to articulate the behaviors in common between the CPI scales and specific POST dimensions</li><li>Use appropriate interpretive strategies for test results from the job applicant population </li><li>Understand how the special features of then JRA CPI report were created</li><li>Understand the relationships between JRA CPI indices and job outcome</li><li>Identify interview questions suggested by extreme CPI scores and indices</li><li>Understand how JRA CPI results, RF results and MMPI-RF results can be used to increase predictive power</li><li>Be able to discuss scales from both tests that seem to measure similar constructs </li><li>Understand how to interpret combined test results using specific case studies</li><li>Recognize the similarity of constructs measured by the CPI-434 and the CPI-260 in the law enforcement applicant population.</li><li>Understand the CPI factor structure pertaining to the construct of tolerance and its relationship to the Tolerance (To) scale</li><li>Understand the implications of the CPI Tolerance scale for assessing the construct of tolerance in law enforcement applicants.</li></ul>