Definition of 'probation officer'
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Prison and probation officers say he is a changed man. The Sun (2010)Some criminals could move to seeing probation officers once a month instead of weekly, say probation officers. Times, Sunday Times (2011)It is understood that an assistant chief probation officer, a senior probation officer and two probation officers are the staff suspended. Times, Sunday Times (2006)I worked part-time as a senior probation officer. Times, Sunday Times (2014)
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Translations for 'probation officer'
British English: probation officer NOUN
A probation officer is a person whose job is to supervise and help people who have committed crimes and been put on probation.
- American English: probation officer
- Brazilian Portuguese: supervisor de período probatório
- Chinese: 缓刑监助官
- European Spanish: persona a cargo de los presos en libertad condicional
- French: contrôleur judiciaire
- German: Bewährungshelfer
- Italian: ufficiale giudiziario incaricato della sorveglianza di una persona in libertà vigilata
- Japanese: 保護監察官
- Korean: 보호관찰관
- European Portuguese: supervisor de período probatório
- Spanish: persona a cargo de los presos en libertad condicional
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