The Probation Officer Info website offers information on how one can become a probation officer. Wikihow has a six step guide on achieving a job as a probation officer.
What advantages does one get from becoming a probation officer?
I would imagine a warrant will be issued because one of the conditions of probation is that you stay in contact with your officer.
Leaving the state without permission from a Probation Officer is considered violating the probation. Permission will have to be granted for any out of state travel, and sometimes travel outside of one's county. It is best to check with the probation officer before leaving the state.
yes, that is their job.... and that's one term of your 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.
One possible approach is a program of study in Criminal Justice.
Obviously a new one will be appointed to take over their caseload.
who one of those people are i don't know, but they are a type of officer that is close to you if on probation. they kinda stalk you except legally.
If accompanied by or at the direction of your probation officer, any law enforcement officer may search your home. On probation, you are still in custody. It is only the conditions of that custody that are altered. Probation is a conditional release, and one of the standard conditions is that you, your residence, and your vehicle are subject to periodic and potentially unannounced search.
Your probation officer, metaphorically speaking, has the word of life and death over you. If he violates you for any reason, complaint or not, he can return you to lock-up.
Probation officers are civil servants and can work either for the State of MD or one of the counties. Their salary scales are public record.