Evaluator Details

NamePhilip Trompetter, Ph.D., ABPP
License NumberPSY3827Verify License
Date Evaluator Began Screening Candidates
CPE Credit Hours131.5
Address1600 G Street, Suite 201
CityModesto
StateCalifornia
Zip95354
Phone Number209-622-3399
Fax888-814-6161
Emailtrompetteroffice@gmail.com
Website


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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 8/11/2017

Mandated CPE Hours

Past cycles

Compliance CycleRequired HoursCompleted Required Hours?
9/1/2014-1/31/20168.5 yes
2/1/2016-1/31/201812 yes
2/1/2018-1/31/202012 no: 12 additional hours required

Upcoming cycle

Ending Date Required Hours Completed Hours
1/31/2022 12 0


CPE Courses Completed

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

Course TitleProvider NameDateCPE Hours
Foundational Scientific Knowledge in Police & Public Safety Psychology ABPP Summer Series 20127/11/20123
Core Legal Knowledge in Police & Public Safety Psychology ABPP Summer Series 20127/11/20123
Preparation for Board Certification in Police & Public Safety Psychology ABPP Summer Series 20127/12/20123
Progress Report: Effects of Combat Stress Upon Reintegration for Citizen Soldiers and on Psychological Profiles of Police Recruits with Prior Military Experience IACP Conference - PPSS 20129/29/20121
Basic Psychometrics: A Refresher for Police Psychologists IACP Conference - PPSS 20129/29/20120.5
Creating the IPI-2 Termination Prediction IACP Conference - PPSS 20129/29/20121
Legal Update: Police Psychological Services Section 2012 IACP Conference - PPSS 20129/29/20121
Positive Response Distortion by Police Officer Applicants on the MMPI-2-RF: Preliminary Findings IACP Conference - PPSS 20129/30/20121
The Integration of Data in Psychological Assessment of Law Enforcement Personnel IACP Conference - PPSS 20129/30/20120.5
Exploring the Boundaries of Applicant and Promotional Testing IACP Conference - PPSS 20129/30/20120.5
Using Decision-Making Models in Ethical Dilemmas IACP Conference - PPSS 20129/30/20121
Using Specialized Test Reports in Assessing Public Safety Position Candidates CPA Annual Convention4/13/20132
A Model for an Elective Peer Review Group CPA Annual Convention4/14/20131.5
Fundamentals of Police and Public Safety Psychology American Academy of Forensic Psychology CE Programs4/17/20137
Use of the MMPI-2-RF in Police & Public Safety Assessments American Academy of Forensic Psychology CE Programs4/18/20137
Pre-Employment Screening of Police Applicants American Academy of Forensic Psychology CE Programs4/19/20137
Reasoning Errors in Ethical Decision Making IACP Conference - PPSS 201310/19/20131
Advances in Increasing the Professionalism of Police and Public Safety Psychology: A New Era of Recognition and Responsibility IACP Conference - PPSS 201310/19/20131
Legal Update for Law Enforcement Psychologists IACP Conference - PPSS 201310/19/20131
Contemporary Methods for Improving Assessment Outcomes IACP Conference - PPSS 201310/20/20131
Current Issues in Police Psychology IACP Conference - PPSS 201310/20/20132
A Comparison of Police Applicants Who Are Military Veterans vs Applicants Who Are Not Veterans on Behavioral History, Psychological Test Scales and Likelihood of Receiving a Job Offer IACP Conference - PPSS 201310/20/20131
The Time Has Come for Electronic Recording of Pre-Employment and Fitness-for-Duty Evaluations IACP Conference - PPSS 201310/20/20131
Using the DSM-5 for Revolutionizing Diagnosis & Treatment PESI Continuing Education Seminars3/21/20146
JR&A Users Conference (2014) Johnson, Roberts & Associates10/24/20146
IACP 2014 - Legal Update: Police Psychological Services Section IACP - PPSS 201410/25/20141
IACP 2014 - Ethical Standards Associated with the New Fitness-for-Duty Evaluation and Proposed Pre-Employment Psychological Evaluation Guidelines IACP - PPSS 201410/25/20141
IACP 2014 - Legal and Ethical Issues with Pre-Employment Psychological Evaluations IACP - PPSS 201410/25/20141
IACP 2014 - Impact of legalized and medical marijuana on the selection of police applicants IACP - PPSS 201410/26/20141
IACP 2014 - Assessing cultural competence in police officers IACP - PPSS 201410/26/20141
IACP 2014 - MMPI-2-RF Police Candidate Interpretive Report IACP - PPSS 201410/26/20141
IACP 2014 - Research versus informed opinion: Which characteristics identify successful officer performance? IACP - PPSS 201410/26/20140.5
Interpreting the MMPI-2-RF Validity Scales in Forensic Psychological Evaluations American Academy of Forensic Psychology2/7/20157
Basic Psychometrics fo Forensic Assessment American Academy of Forensic Psychology2/8/20157
Preparation for Board Certification in Police & Public Safety Psychology American Board of Professional Psychology5/27/20156
POST Psychological Screening Workshop Commission on POST6/6/201522
IACP 2015 - Legal Update for Law Enforcement Psychologists IACP - PPSS10/24/20151
IACP 2015 - Current Issues in Police Psychology IACP - PPSS10/26/20152
Testifying in Police & Public Safety Adjudications American Academy of Forensic Psychology Continuing Education Programs2/27/20167
Police Psychology: An Introduction to Core Activities and Cultural Competence American Board of Professional Psychology5/18/20173
IACP 2016 - Current Issues in Police Psychology IACP - PPSS5/18/20172
POST Peace Officer Psychological Screening Manual Book-Based Exam Commission on POST8/11/20178

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