Evaluator Details

NameNancy Panza
License Number23084Verify License
Date Evaluator Began Screening Candidates8/1/2015
CPE Credit Hours73.25
AddressP.O.Box 6846 Psychology Department
CSU Fullerton
CityFullerton
StateCalifornia
Zip92831
Phone Number657-278-5904
Fax657-278-5904
Emailnpanza@fullerton.edu
Websitehttp://nancyrpanza.weebly.com/


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Continuing Professional Education Compliance

Mandated CPE Course(s)

Course Title Completion Date
POST Peace Officer Psychological Screening Manual Book-Based Exam 5/29/2019

Mandated CPE Hours

Past cycles

Compliance CycleRequired HoursCompleted Required Hours?
8/1/2015-8/31/20150.5 yes
9/1/2015-8/31/201712 yes
9/1/2017-8/31/201912 yes
9/1/2019-8/31/202112 yes

Upcoming cycle

Ending Date Required Hours Completed Hours
8/31/2023 12 0


CPE Courses Completed

The psychological evaluator has completed the following courses for continuing psychological evaluator education credit.

Course TitleProvider NameDateCPE Hours
Preparation for Board Certification in Police & Public Safety Psychology American Board of Professional Psychology5/27/20156
Using the MMPI-2-RF in Police & Public Safety Evaluations American Board of Professional Psychology5/28/20156
Evidence-Based Report Writing Using The MMPI-2-RF Police Candidate Interpretive Report Mindset Continuing Education9/9/20166
SPCP 2016 - Sensitivity, Specificity, and Base Rates: Getting Realistic About Psychological Tests and Measures in Police Psychology Society for Police and Criminal Psychology (SPCP)9/28/20161.25
SPCP 2016 - Comparison of Law Enforcement PEPE Candidates With and Without Combat Experience on the MMPI-2 and PAI Society for Police and Criminal Psychology (SPCP)9/28/20160.25
SPCP 2016 - IPI-2 Critical Items and Predicted Termination Society for Police and Criminal Psychology (SPCP)9/28/20160.25
SPCP 2017 - The Value in Evaluating and Developing Emotionally Intelligent Behaviors of Protective Services Personnel SPCP 2017 Annual Conference9/15/20170.25
SPCP 2017 - Screening Profiles and Vicarious Trauma of First Responders, Police, Chiefs, and Firefighters SPCP 2017 Annual Conference9/15/20170.75
SPCP 2017 - Resistance to change? Start at the top! SPCP 2017 Annual Conference9/15/20170.25
SPCP 2017 - Diversity Hiring: Trends, Psychological Measures, and Approaches to Recruiting SPCP 2017 Annual Conference9/15/20170.25
SPCP 2017 - Considering Executive Functioning in Police Officers SPCP 2017 Annual Conference9/15/20170.25
SPCP 2017 - Adverse Impact Analysis of the MMPI-2-RF Police Candidate Interpretive Report (PCIR) SPCP 2017 Annual Conference9/16/20170.75
Trauma Awareness (2 hour course) Ce4Less.com9/29/20172
Understanding the Impact of Trauma (1 hour course) Ce4Less.com9/29/20171
Conducting Second-Opinion Preemployment Psychological Evaluations of Police and other Public Safety Candidates Mindset Continuing Education 6/16/20186
POST Peace Officer Psychological Screening Manual Book-Based Exam Commission on POST5/29/20198
Case Demonstrations Using the MMPI-2-RF Police Candidate Interpretive Report (PCIR) Pearson11/20/20191.5
Assessing Police & Other Public Safety Personnel Using the MMPI-2-RF book-based exam MMPI Workshops & Symposium, sponsored by Kent State University and coordinated by the University of Minnesota Press5/14/20209
Evaluations of Police Suitability and Fitness for Duty CONCEPT Summer Training Institute (Palo Alto University)6/15/20207
Improving Use of the POST Psychological Screening Dimensions in Pre-Employment Psychological Evaluations CONCEPT Continuing and Professional Studies (Palo Alto University)6/16/20203.5
IACP 2020 - Legal Update: Police Psychological Services Section 2020 IACP - PPSS10/21/20201
IACP 2020 - Psychology in the Service of Cultural Competence in Law Enforcement: Consultation, Operations, Intervention, and Assessment IACP - PPSS10/21/20201
IACP 2020 - Collaboration as Best Practice in Hiring and Retention: Perspectives from a polygrapher, psychologist, background, commander and chief IACP - PPSS10/21/20201
IACP 2020 - Assessment of Counterproductive Work Behaviors in Police and Other Public Safety Employees IACP - PPSS10/22/20201
IACP 2020 - Evidence-Based Preemployment Predictions of Police Officer Performance Using the MMPI-3 IACP - PPSS10/22/20201
IACP 2020 - Local Norms in a Police Applicant Sample: Expanding Multicultural Considerations in an Urban Sample IACP - PPSS10/23/20201
ABPPSP: Ethical Dilemmas and Complex Relationships in Police & Public Safety Psychology CONCEPT Continuing & Professional Studies (Palo Alto University)6/28/20217

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