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Probation and Parole, Criminal Justice

Culpeper, Virginia, United States
November 04, 2018

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Culpeper, VA 22701

Email: Home: 540-***-****

Objective: College educated with 2 years of experience working in Probation and Parole who strives to exceed professional and personal goals. Dedicated to enhancing department operations with an analytical and disciplined approach. Able to work with minimal direction to solve problems, resolve conflicts and respond to customer inquiries. Ready to offer my 2 years of experience to a challenging position with a sense of the mission in securities with room for advancement and willingness to learn.

Work History

District 9 Probation and Parole, Charlottesville, VA

Probation and Parole Officer, May 2017 to Present

Actively supervise up to 140 individuals on a caseload

Worked directly with police departments, clients, management to achieve desired outcome.

Responded to customer requests via telephone and email.

Entered details such as payments, account information, and call logs into the computer system.

Performed initial client assessments

Tracked key dates and deadlines and maintained specific personal lists.

Explained policies, procedures, laws, standards and regulations to each client.

Screened incoming clients, personal belongings for security concerns.

Maintained compliance with all legal statues, policies, and procedures.

Conducted detailed oriented pre-sentencing investigations by doing in-depth research and compiling police reports.

Coordinate community and job placement resources.

Conducted comprehensive investigations into violations and other allegations with local community members and offenders.

Collaborated with institutional staff, area law enforcement, mental health boards, county attorneys, and treatment providers.

Wrote progress reports and testified under oath at court hearings.

Facilitate drug screens and assess the results.

Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment, to include prioritization of workload.

Knowledgeable in laws with confidentiality, and committed to the sensitivity of confidentiality.

Effectively work at home to maintain caseload and complete assigned reports and investigations

Conduct criminal record checks through National Crime Information Center/Virginia Crime Information Network report.

Intern, August 2016 to May 2017

District 9- Charlottesville, VA

10 hours a week

Supported Senior Probation Officer and departmental staff with daily operational functions.


Bachelors of Arts: Psychology, May 2017

University of Virginia- Charlottesville, VA

Associate of Arts: Liberal Arts, May 2015

Germanna Community College

Phi Theta Kappa


Effective Practices in Community Corrections (EPICS), which focuses on behavioral change that focuses on external factor that help clients target criminogenic needs with guidance of graduated incentives and consequences. Dialogue, which focuses on helping the work environment talk and think together to develop a shared understanding about where the current situation is, in order to find a solution to the common vision on what they might do next. Basic Skills for Community Corrections training which includes 120 hours of training. Certified in Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN)/National Crime Information Center (NCIC).


Volunteer experience/Community Service: International Student Volunteers, Summer 2016, which conducted of traveling the Eastern Coast of Australia and completed 80 hours of volunteer services, which consisted of leading groups to rejuvenate the forest where as a team set goals and standards, along with group activities. This work was later published into journals for the Brisbane Weekly.

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