What about conducting research and studies while on placement?

The Department welcomes the objective examination of its efforts and is continually trying to find ways to improve its operations. The student is asked to follow Departmental policy and procedure in doing projects. The Student Intern Coordinator should be consulted before the initiation of any research or study.

The Department normally may assign a research project to a student during the internship. Such projects will be governed by the needs of the Department and capabilities of the student. All projects will be approved by the Deputy Chief Adult Probation and Parole Officer.

While case files and other client-related records are available for review by the student, they are to be used only for educational purposes. The Department is bound by strict rules of confidentiality and no information, written or verbal, may leave the Department without the specific approval of the Mentor or Coordinator. Additionally, the student should not discuss specific cases and identifying data with anyone outside the Department, for such discussion could be damaging to the client.

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1. When and where should I report?
2. What will be my work hours?
3. How should I dress?
4. What should I do if I am sick or unable to report?
5. Should I have transportation available?
6. What about conducting research and studies while on placement?
7. What about evaluations?
8. What if there are problems, complaints or grievances?