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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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The least restrictive alternative test has been criticized for being too lenient on the probationer.
An analysis of 76 months of administrative data from the 2007 RCT cohort showed HOPE probationers had slightly less new charges on average (0.
However, following factors have been stated to be instrumental in pulling a probationer out of the web of probation: firstly, character of the probationer and secondly, antecedents to be verified by appointing authority.
We met every other week, for fourteen weeks, and the probationers, who had varying degrees of literacy, from pre-GED to college, dove into animated discussions of the books I assigned, including Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird (1960); Toni Morrison's Sula (1976); and Jodi Picoult's The Pact (1998).
Walker, a Eugene-based probation officer for 22 years, is serving a 10-year prison term after pleading guilty in 2011 to sexually abusing five probationers between April 2005 and June 2009.
They have three levels of probationers they supervise.
67) The court is essentially placing the core concept of conditional liberty under direct attack because the additional constitutional protections effectively elevate a probationer back to the same liberty status as a free citizen.
Future research should continue to identify subgroups of the growing probationer population, which could benefit from tailored supervision approaches.
But they had only a third as many revocations and were sentenced to only a third as much prison time: on average, 110 days per probationer, as compared to 300 days.
Such differences, especially if dramatic, would argue against the implementation of statewide standardized risk assessment tools, which apply the same variables to forecast probation outcomes despite variations in location (the extent to which environments are criminogenic) and probationer characteristics that are related to probation performance.
Because probation was being "modified" instead of revoked and because the focus was a single, easily verified, recent violation, it was possible to drastically curtail the hearing process; a probationer who gave a dirty urine specimen in the morning would find himself in jail that evening.
One probationer in Perthshire said: "I know none of my friends locally who have managed to find jobs.