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Probationer

A convict who is released from prison provided he maintains good behavior. One who is on Probation whereby she is given some freedom to reenter society subject to the condition that for a specified period the individual conduct herself in a manner approved by a special officer to whom the probationer must report.

probationer

(One being tested), noun apprentice, beginner, candidate, entrant, initiate, learner, neophyte, newcomer, novice, novitiate, tiro

probationer

(Released offender), noun criminal reeeased at large, criminal under suspension of sentence, lawbreaker under suspension of sentence, malefactor under suspension of sentence, offender under suspension of sentence, parolee, released convict, released criminal, released felon, released lawbreaker, released malefactor, released prisoner, released transgressor, released wronggoer, wrongdoer released from prison
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Diversion clients who fail to show up for treatment of who drop out before completing the prescribed course are very unlikely to face any sanction, even if the treatment provider reports nonattendance to the probation officer and the probationer officer in turn reports that to the sentencing court.
The worst hit are those after primary jobs with 100 full-time posts chased by 1,790 probationers as well as those from previous years yet to find work.
2) When a probationer or community controllee is arrested violating his or her probation or community control in a material respect and is under supervision for any criminal offense proscribed in chapter 794, Florida Statutes, section 800.
Probation departments are arming their officers as the number of probationers increases and the officers' duties become more dangerous due to increased home and neighbourhood visits.
The mentors can help the probationers with specific areas where they need to build their experience and together they can develop an action plan.
Catriona Marchant, editor of Police Review , said: 'The probationer nominations make heartening reading - these are dedicated officers who, although they are young in service, have already demonstrated the commitment that goes into making an excellent police officer.
Basically, we had to determine precisely how much more costly it would be to mistakenly classify a probationer in a lower-risk category who then went on to commit a serious crime, than it would be to intensely supervise someone who is actually a low-risk probationer because the tool had assessed him as high-risk.
THE government wants young Indian Information Service probationers ( IIS) to help it sharpen its communication strategy and spread its message in a positive way.
Petition Would Restore Minimum Supervision of Probationers
Deputy Chief Insp Brendan McGuigan said yesterday: "Officers attending volume crime scenes are often probationer constables in their first two years of service.
But for probationer teacher Colin McApline it's all about the rewards, with the 23-year-old liking nothing more than watching kids prosper.
In all, on Tuesday afternoon and evening, the officers visited eight homes and arrested five people, including a probationer arrested at his East Avenue Q-15 home on a warrant charging him with possession of drugs for sale.