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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.

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An additional four flexible route probationers have also been welcomed to the Highland teaching pool, with two at primary level and two at secondary.
Each probationer is held accountable to fully participate-in all aspects of programming.
The majority held that if, as in this case, a probationer is being held on other charges in another jurisdiction, it's still the court's burden not the defendant's to ensure a timely hearing before revocation.
(35) They examined offenders given suspended sentences in the Netherlands under probation supervision and found no difference in the risk of recidivating between probationers given solely control-orientated special conditions and probationers given a combination of control-and behavior-orientated special conditions.
Probation officers are mostly working in district courts mostly with a single room facility also shared by other staff members and additional rooms are required for establishment of an ideal environment for creating a trust-based relationship based between probationers and probation officers.
"This continues to build on the success of figures from last year and the trend shows increasing numbers of probationers being retained."
Ms Boyd added: "The event is a perfect culmination to a successful year, as the probationers moved towards the end of their induction process and on to secured teaching posts.
The CM was addressing passing out parade of 3rd batch of probationer sub-inspectors held at Police College Sihala on Tuesday.
(4) The findings from the RCT also showed significant differences in compliance and recidivism for HOPE probationers, with large differences in positive drug tests (13 percent HOPE versus 46 percent among those in the control group) and new arrests (21 percent HOPE versus 47 percent among those in the control group) (5)
In 1992, along with Judge Joseph Dever, Chief Justice of the Lynn district court, and Valrie Harris, a probation officer from that same court, I started the first CLTL program for women, who comprise twenty percent of the 89,000 Massachusetts probationers. According to the American Civil Liberties Union blog (https://www.aclu.org/prisoners-rights/women-prison), more than 200,000 women in the US are behind bars, and an additional one million are on probation or parole.
MANILA -- A bill seeking to make mandatory drug testing among convicts, parolees and probationers hurdled a committee in the House of Representatives on Tuesday.
THE government wants young Indian Information Service probationers ( IIS) to help it sharpen its communication strategy and spread its message in a positive way.