Personnel screening using psychological measures has become a standard practice in the field of corrections. Moreover, there is empirical evidence to demonstrate that personality tests can predict performance of employees in high risk occupations, such as police, correctional officers, and firefighters. The present study examined the relationship between scores of 99 juvenile correctional officers on the Inwald Personality Inventory (IPI), Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory-2 (MMPI-2)- Revised Personnel Report, and the Sixteen Personality Factors-5th Edition (16PF), a behavioral rating and an employee's 120 day probationary evaluation, to three performance indicators (disciplinary actions, use of sick leave and rehire status). Although results failed to demonstrate the ability of these measures, both independently or in combination, to predict counterproductive work behaviors, several scales significantly differentiated group membership for each category of job performance. These differences may help direct future research in this area.