Probation Officer Psychological Evaluation

Probation Officer Psychological Evaluation

Pre-Employment Psychological Evaluations

Our pre-employment psychological evaluation process for probation departments, police, sheriff, fire, and other public safety agencies is fully aligned with POST and other applicable legal standards.

Our expert staff of doctoral psychologists have worked with thousands of public safety personnel across the city, county, state, and federal levels.

As a result of our close ties with the public safety community, we understand the unique requirements of small-, medium-, and large-sized agencies including the importance of factors such as scheduling timeframes, department-specific needs, and the reporting of job-relevant findings.

Pre-employment psychological evaluations are sometimes referred to as pre-employment psychological testing, pre-employment psychological screening evaluations, pre-employment psych screening, pre-employment psychological exams, or pre-employment psychological interviews. Pre-employment psychological evaluations involve a structured process that includes background information, pre-employment psychological testing, psychological interviews, review of records, data integration, and pre-employment psychological reports. Pre-employment psychological evaluations include firefighter psychological evaluations (sometimes referred to as firefighter psychological tests), law enforcement psychological evaluations, peace officer psychological evaluations, police officer psychological evaluations (sometimes referred to as police officer psychological tests), sheriff deputy psychological evaluations, probation officer psychological evaluations, correctional officer psychological evaluations, and 911 dispatcher psychological evaluations. In the State of California, peace officer pre-employment psychological evaluations are sometimes referred to as California POST psychological evaluations or California POST psychologist evaluations.