probation officers/office

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anicus

Wichita Falls, TX

#1 Jan 21, 2013
does anyone have issues with the wilbarger county probation officers? Piling on?, creating issues where there are none.
Just fishing for the truth
anicus
mayhem

Grand Prairie, TX

#2 Jan 21, 2013
Being on probation requires that you follow what is required by the officer and the court. Ususally if you are honest, make your appointments, pass the drug screens and stay out of trouble then the officers are more that willing to work with you. The problems start when people continue to get into trouble, do not meet with their assigned officer and are dishonest. I have not ever known of an officer, "piling on" or "creating issues" when there is none. All officers have laws to go by as do the citiznes. Being on probation may not be easy but I bet it is better than being in jail. Hopefully those on probation are able to complete the terms of their probation and learn from the mistakes.
anicus

Wichita Falls, TX

#3 Jan 21, 2013
mayhem wrote:
Being on probation requires that you follow what is required by the officer and the court. Ususally if you are honest, make your appointments, pass the drug screens and stay out of trouble then the officers are more that willing to work with you. The problems start when people continue to get into trouble, do not meet with their assigned officer and are dishonest. I have not ever known of an officer, "piling on" or "creating issues" when there is none. All officers have laws to go by as do the citiznes. Being on probation may not be easy but I bet it is better than being in jail. Hopefully those on probation are able to complete the terms of their probation and learn from the mistakes.
spoken like a true probation officer!
mayhem

Grand Prairie, TX

#4 Jan 22, 2013
No, far from it but I have had children who were on probation and it was not easy, but eventually they got through it and have not been in legal trouble since.
FairsFare

Bowie, TX

#5 Jan 22, 2013
The probation department in Vernon in very good. They are firm but fair with everyone. If you have a good attitude with them and just try to do what you are supposed to do, then they will treat you with the respect you deserve. If you won't follow the rules, have a bad attitude, and continue using drugs or committing crimes, then you may wind up in trouble. But it won't be because they made you do it!
Lee

United States

#6 Jan 23, 2013
anicus wrote:
<quoted text>
spoken like a true probation officer!
Here's an idea don't break the law and then you won't have to worry about it! D####ss!
Cletus

Oaxaca, Mexico

#7 Jan 24, 2013
How about you pieces of cow shit not getting into trouble? Then you wouldn't have to worry about a probation officer. Most likely the only thing that get's piled on is your mother.

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