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Evaluation Form

Developed by the Center for Sex Offender Management

A project of the Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice

To allow the Center for Sex Offender Management to improve this curriculum and other curricula that we develop, please supply us with the following information.

  1. Please check your primary work area.
  2. _____Probation/Parole Line Officer _____Probation/Parole Supervisor

    _____Probation/Parole Administrator _____Victim Advocate

    _____Treatment Provider _____Law Enforcement

    _____Judge _____Other___________________

  3. Please check the description that most accurately describes your jurisdiction.
  4. _____Urban

    _____Rural

    _____Suburban

  5. The training I attended was ________________ hours/days long.
  6. Please assess how well the curriculum achieved its goal and objectives.
  7. Training Goal: To enhance the ability of participating probation and parole agency staff (line officers, supervisors, and policymakers/administrators) and their partners in the field to supervise sex offenders in the community more effectively.

    Not AchievedFully Achieved
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    Training Objective: To articulate the wide variety of challenges involved in supervising sex offenders in the community, particularly the ways in which they differ from other populations under supervision.

    Not AchievedFully Achieved
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    Training Objective: To synthesize the experiences of agencies from around the nation in responding to the unique challenges that sex offenders pose, and to provide an overview of some of the lessons that are emerging as a result of the work that is occurring in these jurisdictions.

    Not AchievedFully Achieved
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    Training Objective: To provide guidance for probation and parole line officers, supervisors, and policymakers/administrators, as well as for treatment providers, polygraph examiners, and others who work with supervision agencies to supervise sex offenders in their communities more safely and effectively.

    Not AchievedFully Achieved
    1 2 3 4 5

  8. How well did the curriculum address your need for additional information regarding the community supervision of sex offenders?
  9. Did Not Address Need
    for Knowledge
    Addressed Need for
    Knowledge Very Well
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  10. How well did the Learning Activities (case study, discussion questions, etc.) enhance your ability to understand and make use of the information that was being provided?
  11. Did Not Enhance
    Ability To Use/Understand
    Information
    Enhanced Ability To Use/
    Understand Information
    Significantly
    1 2 3 4 5

  12. Please add any other comments that you have regarding the training, including additional comments on any of the above questions, the structure of the curriculum, the written materials, or anything else you’d like to share.
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