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probationer

(prō-bā′shŭn-ĕr)
A person being evaluated while working during a trial period, as a student nurse just after entering training.
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It uses data unique to the probationers who are under APPD supervision--and the "outcomes," or risk-level assignments, are unique because APPD officials set their own parameters based on resources and every manner of policy, operational and political reality that they want the tool to consider.
But because I'm a probationer teacher, I also have time to meet up with my probationer guide and my mentor to discuss my progress.
Czifra was picked up as Palmdale Partners Against Crime deputies, parole agents and probation officers, as well as a county housing investigator and city building inspectors, visited homes of parolees, probationers and Section 8 rent subsidy recipients where problems have been reported.
Police probationer PC Lisa Clare Jones has been awarded the Chief Constable's Cup Picture: J EURON JONES
The probationers went round different sections and evinced keen interest in functioning of the PBC.
The dismissal frustrated the only male probationer who filed suit, alleging that Walker violated his civil rights by falsely telling him his three-year probation was actually five years so as to have continued access to the man's home and wife.
Probation officers are best known for their work in courthouses around the state, where they meet with probationers and provide judges with information needed to decide what sentence to impose, including whether to place the person on probation as part of that sentence.
50) In Negron, the SJC entertained the Commonwealth's appeal which challenged the district court's ruling that hearsay evidence was inadmissible, before it found the probationer violated his probation.
The sight prepared her for far worse below and she ran down to the platform with a bunch of other young probationers.
The officers couldn't possibly spend two hours writing a report every time a probationer failed a test or skipped drug treatment or anger-management class--there would be no time for anything else.
Hence, the variables that predict probationer risk at intake might not be those that predict probationer risk at discharge or revocation.