Evaluation Tool for Students Performance in CSI

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Objectives:
To come up with a unified performance evaluation tool for crime scene investigation which is academically and industrially validated, verified and reviewed; 2. To be able to objectively rate the performance of students, thereby giving justice to their time, money and effort in the preparation of the mock crime scene; 3. To hold an inter-school tournament on crime scene investigation, initially regionwide and ultimately nationwide;
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4. To propose for the institutionalization of

mock crime scene investigation using performance evaluation tool in the form of CMO; and 5. To suggest to the PNP the adoption of the evaluation tool for proper and objective assessment of the learning of the PNP trainees in the crime scene investigation.

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Salient Features of the Evaluation Tool
1. Utilization

of the usual qualitative assessment of performance and its equivalent quantitative weight; 2. Conversion of quantitative weight into transmuted rating; and 3. Arbitrary selection of CSI practices to constitute as one unit or step in the CSI.

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How It Works
1. Ideally, there shall be 3 evaluators

1 from the academe, 1 from the SOCO and another from the local PNP investigator. 2. Before the actual evaluation, there shall be briefing and clarification as to the criteria to be evaluated; 3. The evaluators shall rate the performance per item in the criteria by writing a check mark [ ] on the appropriate box.

The performance shall be evaluated on the following rating:

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The number of check [ ] marks under a certain quantitative weight shall be tallied.

0 2 5 6 4 for weight 3 2 1 5 4

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5. Get the weight sum:

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6. Get the Average of Weight Sum (AWS).

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7. Get the equivalent transmuted rating:

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8. Get the qualitative assessment based on

the result of AWS.

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9. Get the total of ER from the 10 areas by

multiplying each ER per relative weight assigned to each area.

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Example of computation of getting Total

ER:

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10. Get the total of WS from the 10 areas by

multiplying each WS per relative weight assigned to each area.

Final Qualitative Assessment = Good 

Some Important Remarks: 1. The selection of criteria per area is arbitrarily done from the references. Thus, this is subject to further polishing.

2. The assignment of relative weight per area is also arbitrary. Thus, this is subject to further study. 3. The formula adopted for arriving ER is 50-based. To raise the standard, it can be adjusted to 60based or better yet, 0-based.

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