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Everybody need second chance.
Volunteer Probation (Former Employee), Bridgeport, CTAugust 8, 2013
Be an effective leader and mentor with strong negotiation skills that assist adults and juvenile defendants in obtaining a second chance from the system.
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Great Work Environment and excellent benefits
Volunteer (Current Employee), New Haven, CTFebruary 17, 2013
Adult Probation is a great career field in which you can grow. Co-Workers are extremely friendly and make you feel comfortable.
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excellent experience
TEMPORARY ASSISTANT CLERK (Former Employee), Waterbury, CTDecember 25, 2012
Fantastic introduction to the inner workings of the court system.
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Lots of hard work, case management and people skills needed!
Chief Probation Officer I (Former Employee), Hartford, CTJune 6, 2012
Pros: excellent benefits and retirement package, on-going excellent training
Cons: fast past, high level of accountability, field work is somewhat dangerous
As a probation officer you are responsible for monitoring clients conduct in the community. The probationers are required to visit you and at times you are required to conduct home visits. As an Officer you conduct intakes, assessments and make referrals to programs that will assist the client. It is enjoyable to be able to find the right program for – more... the client and see the client improve their behaviors. It is difficult when the client is unable to remain substance abuse free and revert back to negative behaviors. – less