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probation

Medtalk A period during which a health care provider whose practice of medicine was restricted by a licensing or certifying authority or by a hospital's medical staff due to questionable medical judgement, is evaluated to determine if he/she can be allowed an unrestricted license to practice medicine or retain medical staff privileges. See Restriction.

probation

(prō-bā′shŏn)
1. In the criminal justice system, a period of legal oversight of one's behavior after release from incarceration or instead of incarceration after conviction for a crime.
2. A period after an employee is hired during which the employee's on-the-job performance is evaluated. During this time the employee may need to demonstrate his or her suitability for continued work and in many instances may not receive full salary or benefits.
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In the 7th District, the average felony drug probation is 108 monthsnine years.
Offenders can petition the courts for early probation release, but according to State Public Defender Bill Ward, that rarely works.
He thinks that Minnesota's probation system is ripe for reform.
"As opposed to having a probation system that is really set up to just watch and wait for you to make a little mistake," Mariani said, "we want a much more helpful probation system." Such a system would interact "in real ways with the lives of the folks in our corrections system."
Mariani's committee last week heard a collection of bills that constituted a kind of "probation week" at the Capitol.
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.
The Directorate is making efforts to include probation and parole's subjects in LLM curriculum, the official said adding Judicial Academy KP has formed a module regarding probation and juvenile justice system ordinance (JJSO) and included it in training of judicial officers that was a great achievement for the department.
The probation officer then examines the submitted cards for completion, verifies the information with the organization(s) if necessary, and calculates the running total number of hours of community service completed for each client.
Thus, after discussing the RCTC's predicament with a number of people, the RCTC administration has decided the organization needs a database to help them keep track of their clients, client hours, organizations worked for, duration of DUI probation programs, and other important information.
A general report that organizes relevant client's contact information including name, address, phone number, client type (juvenile or adult), and the assigned probation officer.
How many clients a probation officer is working with at given time.
Information on each community service case, including how many hours were originally assigned, have been completed, and how much longer the probation period is for all clients working with a specific probation officer--with the capability to organize this data by probation officer last name, client type (juvenile or adult), court, and judge.