Jenetta M. Hills
September 13, 2013
In this essay, I am going to discuss; duties, responsibilities and qualifications for both Probation and Parole Officers. I will go into details about what a Probation and Parole Officer for both serve juveniles and adults. I will go into great detail for both Probation and Parole Officers. I choose this career particularly because; I’m interested in coming becoming a Parole Officer. Also, in this paper, I will give examples of crimes that cause people to be on probation and parole. I’m also going to discuss the pro and cons for both Probation and Parole Officers. You will learn many interesting things about Probation and Parole. Parole and probation officers are individuals that supervise offenders who have been sentenced to non-custodial sanctions or those released from incarceration. There are some similarities between the two positions but there are also some large differences. (Cited) http://online.ccj.pdx.edu/ccj-careers-resources/criminal-justice-resources/research/the-differences-between-parole-officers-and-probation-officers One of the largest differences are who the officers supervise. My career goal is to become a Parole Officer. Both of these careers deal with people of all walks of life. To become a Social Worker or Parole Officer, you must like to deal with people of different calibers. When, it comes to dealing with society, I have a big heart. I’m a people’s person and will do whatever; I have to do to help a person. I feel choosing these two careers; I would be a great asset to someone’s life. I want to be a positive inspiration in someone’s life, which has been deprived it for so long. Education plays a major part in these careers.
Having the proper training will always enable a person to be the best in their position. Once, you get the education you need, you will become successful in your career. Four years, of college and years of training only makes it better....
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