[nabs] being a probation agent.
michael.capelle at charter.net
Thu Nov 18 03:52:21 GMT 2010
Yes, please do, this would help, I know each state has certain regulations,
but the agent I spoke with, was very encouraging, and she didn't think a
license was necessary.
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From: "NABS Student Advocate Editor" <editor.acbstudents at gmail.com>
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Sent: Wednesday, November 17, 2010 9:40 PM
Subject: Re: [nabs] being a probation agent.
> Hey Mike,
> We have a client who is a probation officer, completely blind, cane
> user, who is a probation officer. One of my co-workers said that there
> is another fully blind probation officer in our area. I'm in NY, so I
> can't imagine rules and regulations differing so terribly much. I was
> never under the impression that this gentleman had a Social Work
> degree, but I'll be sure to ask around tomorrow. If you would like, I
> can try to get his email for you, though not sure on it because he is
> a client and I'm a lowly intern, but I'll endeavor and do my best.
> Good luck with the search,
> On 11/17/10, Olivia Norman <olivianorman at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I'm not sure, but I have a coworker who works part time for us at Apple,
>> does work at a youth correction center as her full time job. I'll ask
>> what requirements there are and let you know if you're interested.
>> "Innovation distinguishes between a leader and a follower", Steve Jobs
>> On Nov 17, 2010, at 7:17 PM, Michael Capelle wrote:
>>> was wondering if anyone else is going into probation & parole?
>>> if so, what requirements are necessary?
>>> I was told I would need a degree in social work, and that having a
>>> license would not be necessary, as they do have sarjants who could
>>> transport the people on probation.
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