What are the requirements to become a Probation Officer?
The qualifications for employment as a Probation Officer are: completion of an associates degree, however, a bachelors degree is preferred. Experience in probation, parole, social casework or counseling and knowledge of the criminal justice system is also preferred. Good written and oral communication skills, as well as knowledge and application of computer systems are necessary.

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1. How can one get access to find out an offender's court date?
2. How does one find out which Probation Officer supervises a particular offender?
3. What is the difference between probation and parole?
4. What should I do if I know an offender who has violated the terms of his/her probation or has an active warrant for their arrest from the Probation Department?
5. How many offenders are on probation?
6. How can one get copies of Court entries or Public Records.
7. What are the requirements to become a Probation Officer?
8. What are the Probation Department's hours of operation