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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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Probationer WPc Helen Skeggs was preparing for her beat patrolling Hampstead's streets on July 7 2005 as terrorist Jermaine Lindsay detonated a rucksack full of explosives on the Piccadilly line between King's Cross and Russell Square.
Hawaii's felony probationers have lengthy sentences hanging over their heads.
Differences abound in the characteristics of probation populations, and the environments in which probationers reside are never uniformly criminogenic.
Of a randomly drawn group of 100 probationers ordered to meet with their probation officers and submit to drug testing, about 10 would fail to appear and another 20 would test "dirty" for one or more illicit drugs, even though the appointments were announced far enough in advance that probationers could escape detection merely by abstaining from drug use.
According to one city official, the new full-time probation officer will be responsible for monitoring approximately 2,000 total probationers throughout Opelika.
The goal of the Fresh Start program is to provide the structure and therapy needed for probationers to succeed and achieve long-term sobriety.
98 percent of probationers were males and 88 percent were from rural areas.
These include 28 female probationers and 48 male probationers including 2 female probationers from Bhutan.
Lower benefit-to-cost ratios for many program areas here for probationers compared to those for released offenders does not mean these programs are less effective in treating probationers compared with the latter.
The probationers went round different sections and evinced keen interest in functioning of the PBC.
THE government wants young Indian Information Service probationers ( IIS) to help it sharpen its communication strategy and spread its message in a positive way.