§ 34.58  EMPLOYEE EVALUATION REPORTS (EER) - EFFECT ON CAREER STATUS.
   Employee evaluation reports, endorsed by the probationary police officer’s coach-adviser, duty sergeant, team commander, police officer training coordinator, division commander, and the Chief of Police are required before any change of status (i.e., from probationary to career status) is approved. Such evaluation reports shall be forwarded to the Chief of Police:
   (A)   At the conclusion of the police trainee’s formal schooling at the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Training. This employee evaluation report shall be completed by and should include recommendation for advancement to probationary police officer. Employee evaluation reports will then be completed every month for the first three months and every three months thereafter throughout the probationary period of the employee;
   (B)   Kentucky certified peace officers not required to attend the Kentucky Department of Criminal Justice Basic Training Academy and entering directly into the Ashland Police Department Police Training Officer Program shall have employee evaluation reports completed every month for the first three months and every three months thereafter throughout the probationary period of the employee.
(Ord. 172-2018, passed 12-13-18)