Asked in Children and the Law
Children and the Law
Everyone has a Boss who is a probation officers Boss?
Who pays a probation officer?
There are Probation Officers and then there are Federal Probation officers... Who pays them? The goverment! As a Probation officer i get paid by the State and enjoy all the health benefits that the state offers. ...
Asked in Job Training and Career Qualifications, Salary and Pay Rates, Parole and Conditional Release
Where do probation officers work?
Probation officers work for all levels of the government. They work with people who have committed a crime but don't have to go to prison. Many probation officers work closely with the courts as well. ...
Does a probation officer have to be present for a probation search?
If the probation officer is conducting the search then he must be there for it. Every state has its own procedures for conducting searches on their probation clients. Police generally cannot assist probation officers with their search, but probation officers can assist police with theirs. But police must still have a search warrant, while probation officers don't-- IF such search is allowed as part of the subject's condition of the probation. In practice, however, probation officers don't help police with their search because...
Can a probation officer arrest you on a magistrate warrant?
In many states, probation officers are sworn law enforcement officers so, yes, they can arrest you on a properly issued warrant. ...
What is the resolution for overworked probation and parole officers?
If more probation officers are hired on, then the case loads will be smaller, but because it's "cheaper" by having one probation officer take the amount of work, that would take two officers to carry properly, they continue to load more cases onto the existing ones. If the crime rate goes down, then there will be less of a need for prisons and jails, and for correctional officers, but that is less likely to happen. If more people are thrown back into...
Asked in Criminal Law, Police and Law Enforcement
Why would two police officers go with a probation officer to their home?
When a probation officer visits a house, sometimes he feels he might be in danger. Sometimes he is dealing with a person he feels is a dangerous criminal. Sometimes he wants backup. After all, good honest law abiding citizens are not on probation. Crooks, thieves, robbers, and murderers are on probation. Some of those people and their friends are dangerous. As a result, sometimes probation officers have police officers work with them. ...
Asked in Hunting and Shooting
Can you hunt in NH if you are on probation in PA for a misdeamor?
no you cant leave the state while on probation unless you get permission from your probation officer or you will go to jail and most probation officers will tell you that you can't have any weapons while on probation ...
Can a probation officer search the home of some one not on probation?
Not unless someone is living in the house that is on probation. Probationers surrender some of their civil rights, but someone not on probation has search and seize protection that a probation officers powers can not supersede. ...