probation officer

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probation officer

an officer of a court who supervises offenders placed on probation and assists and befriends them
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4, 2017, Thomas O'Connor, a senior parole officer in the Rochester office, called 911 requesting a welfare check on Guardiola, "claiming that Ms.
"But never in a million years did I imagine it would be his parole officer. He made out that she was a frumpy woman in her 50s.
This is good set-up for a movie: a parolee who wants to go straight and a parole officer who needs to walk on the wild side.
The parole officer said he didn't care if my husband lost his job, as long as the community was safe.
In addition, California has also made it easier than other states for parole officers to return parolees to prison, even for minor violations such as missing a meeting or failing a drug test.
Chab Mami will remain on parole and report to his parole officer on regular basis.
Sioned Rees, right, isn't very interested in her new job at y Dorlan, especially since she's now managed to impress her parole officer. In fact, Sioned isn't very interested in anything that isn't Sioned related and is enjoying throwing her weight about.
He missed a meeting with his parole officer on Friday, the day the first two bodies were found.
The opener sees the CSIs called to a seafront property, where parole officer Andrew Bennett has just met a sticky end, falling from the building.
Brown met regularly with a parole officer, but it was a hostile relationship from the start--the officer was drug testing her too often, she says.
Canada's first parole officer, Major Archibald of the Salvation Army, commenced his appointment in 1905.
Brigman, 47, and her husband, Joseph, a 61-year-old parole officer, financed $147,000 of the $167,000 price of their new home--a 2,450-square-foot, four-bedroom, three-bathroom house they built in Schertz, Texas, in 1999.