a friend of mine did not go to college for her position. She started out as a reserve officer,and they don't get paid for the work. its considered volunteer and when a position came open, she applied and used her reserve experience as a way to gain that probation position. the people knew her in law enforcement since she was in the reserves for so long. if you are in a big city , the requirements may be different. some probation officers that work with youth offenders use to be teachers. Adult probation officers have been hired after having experience being security officers or bouncers that once worked in bars. if you have no back ground that has to do with teaching, constructing, take some criminal justice courses and use it as a way to gain a job in the law enforcement field. try out for police reserve or sheriff auxilary .AnswerAlmost all states require probation officers to have a Bachelor's degree, which is generally a 4 year degree. It is preferable that degree is in Criminal Justice but it is not always necessary. Parole officers in many states do not need a college degree, and that may be what the previous answer was referring to when stating college was not a requirement. Advancement in probation often correlates with advancement in education, i.e. a Master's degree. Since probation officers work directly for the courts/judges "at the court's pleasure", judges and legislators and even the Supreme Court will try to ensure probation officers have at least a four year degree. While being redundant The sheriffs department in lorsburg NM is the best ever says a squirrel :-) AnswerMost Probation and/or Parole agencies require an AA/AS 2 year degree or a Bachelors (4 year) degree now days.
you have to have a degree
Yes. I am a probation officer. As long as you have a current prescription.
you need a bachelors degree in crimainal justice to become a probation officer. In a four year college.
To go to school to become a probation officer, it will cost around $10,000. This varies depending on what classes you take, or if you go to an academy.
You will have to get a degree from a four year college, so four years at minimum. If you are working when you are going to school it will probably take you longer than that.
How long it takes to become a correction officer depends upon where you are at. Some places will hire you on the spot and train you.
Get a accredited degree, then usually, you'll have to take a couple months of courses once you've been hired.
Hi before you go against what your probation officer says, talk to the judge first. Answer You would have to assume that the probation officer has your best interests in mind. Take the extra help and advice and you will come out better in the end.
You should still be able to take it, as long as it is YOUR prescription and not someone elses. Just to be sure, check with your probation officer. Legally you should still be able to take it, even it was 10 months ago, but again just to be sure, PLEASE check with your probation officer, but I don't think there will be a problem.
Typically thirty days or less. There may be some issues that can arise that might extend this, but they are the exception, not the rule.