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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 basic training of the IPS probationers of 70 RR was started on December 18, 2017.
Of 113 probationers on the Teacher Induction Scheme, 50 have been allocated to secondary schools and 63 to primary schools.
A probationer is sentenced to a term of probation, say five years.
Among other things, he said, it clarifies that prosecutors and circuit courts "should take affirmative steps to locate incarcerated probationers" in situations such as Jones'.
According to police rules, every probationer police officer has to complete one-year training course at Police College Sihala.
The project will coordinate a data-driven process to best evaluate how probationers are connected to comprehensive opioid treatment during their probation supervision, in an effort to reduce opioid addiction and increase community support systems for this vulnerable population.
(22) More specifically, young probationers, males, probationers with lower levels of education, and probationers who are unemployed were more likely to fail their probation than older probationers, females, probationers with a higher education, and probationers who are employed.
Probation and parole officers are providing psycho-mental services to probationers and young offenders besides playing constructive role in curtailing overcrowding in jails.
"It is always a joy to see young probationers become choristers," said Philip.
Isabelle 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.
Over the past few months the probationers had been working in small groups on a project exploring ways to use their professional learning to improve pupil learning.
He added that 286 probationers, including 19 female, had completed their training at the college.