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Taxpayer

Glasgow, KY

#1 Nov 2, 2008
Obviously these men and women aren't required to punch a time clock because one particular individual (Jason Alexander) does anything he wants at any time of the day and night. As a stay at home mom I see him working out, grocery shopping, picking up child, hanging out at local eatery establishments, playing golf at the country club anytime he chooses, and basically has a schedule where work sometimes gets in the way. Tax paying citizens of Kentucky foot the bill for this guys activities, and I personally think it's one prime example of why our state is in the financial mess it's in today. Makes me sick to know my husbands check is helping Jason work on his golf game. He's got to go or start punching a clock and be held accountable for his daily escapades. Office needs to be revamped.
mikey

Glasgow, KY

#2 Nov 2, 2008
isnt that george constanza off of seinfield?
waiting to go

Glasgow, KY

#3 Nov 2, 2008
You are only seeing one side of it, I have a sister that is a probation officer and she can work her schedule to be flexible from time to time. If they didn't the offenders would know that they can only be "checked up" on during normal duty hours. Think about it from the other side.
Get a life

Glasgow, KY

#4 Nov 2, 2008
To Taxpayer:Since you are a stay at home mother, I would imagine that you are not up at 1:00 am in the morning when Jason or any other probation offier gets a call from law enforement about one of his clients. Hopefully you are sleeping comfortably in your warm cozy bed when he gets up out of his warm bed to go to the jail to drug test the lastest druggie that has "fallen off the wagon". You are asleep when he gets calls at all hours of the night, especiall week-ends, and it never fails they get a call on Holidys. The probation officers are basically on call 24/7. My point is this, if you see Jason or any other officer out during the day it may be because they were out the previous week-end WORKING.

Since: Oct 08

Cave City, KY

#5 Nov 2, 2008
I have lived with a man that was on parole. With personal experience I think that p.o.'s do sometimes push things to the extreme!!! Jason Alexander is a ASS. But that is his job! These men and women whom are on parole need that guidance from there p.o. you gotta remember they are being reformed to society and on the inside they are taught to FORGET about what is going on outhere.
Susan Ward

Glasgow, KY

#6 Nov 2, 2008
Taxpayer wrote:
Obviously these men and women aren't required to punch a time clock because one particular individual (Jason Alexander) does anything he wants at any time of the day and night. As a stay at home mom I see him working out, grocery shopping, picking up child, hanging out at local eatery establishments, playing golf at the country club anytime he chooses, and basically has a schedule where work sometimes gets in the way. Tax paying citizens of Kentucky foot the bill for this guys activities, and I personally think it's one prime example of why our state is in the financial mess it's in today. Makes me sick to know my husbands check is helping Jason work on his golf game. He's got to go or start punching a clock and be held accountable for his daily escapades. Office needs to be revamped.
Legally they have to have a job, and can not go more then 30 days unemployed. They are only required to have a part time job, the state does not give them money. In their off time they can have any hobbies or activities they want, except if that specific activity is illegal, or they are spending time with a convicted felon(that would be those on parole, don't know about probabtion).
Susan Ward

Glasgow, KY

#7 Nov 2, 2008
oh your talking about the po's, not the parolees. They doo have regular hours, when the paroless and people on probabtion are supose to report in, but I guess it depend son how many Glasgow has. I now the guy who does hart co is based in another county, he works 2 counties and works a lot more then 40 hours a week.
Bill Clinton

Munfordville, KY

#8 Nov 2, 2008
probation and parole sucks a$$ stay out of trouble and stay away from that place .. wise thought
dontdoit

Glasgow, KY

#9 Nov 2, 2008
not only is Jason as a**, but he is a liar also and is no better than some of the losers he is a po to.
jamie

Glasgow, KY

#10 Nov 2, 2008
STAY outta trouble and you wont be on probabion! jason is just doin his job. he could be alot tougher. AND HES SEXY TOO!!!!
Sharon

Glasgow, KY

#11 Nov 2, 2008
I just couldn't hold my self back onthis one. Jason Alexander was my son's probation officer for a while. At the time, I thought he was ok. Until he made the mistake of talking to my son like he was a piece of dirt on the street..... that just didn't set to well with Moma. So, I called him, we talked, and he apologized to me & my son. After that, I couldn't ask for anyone to treat me any better. Chastity McCorkle is my son's probation officer now, and that's a whole different story, that I won't get into here. Because if I did, I would never stop posting.
So, in my opinion, you just have to get to know Jason better. He has a lot of responsibility riding on his shoulders. He is put in some very dangerous and volatile situations at times. JMO
smarty pants

Glasgow, KY

#12 Nov 3, 2008
LET YOUR BOY GROW UP OR HE'LL BE A MOMAS BOY FOREVER! KEEP HIM OUTTA TROUBLE AND HE WANT BE TALKED DOWN TO!!
Sharon

Glasgow, KY

#13 Nov 3, 2008
I don't care if he is 50 or 70 years old, as long as there is a breath in me, NOBODY is going to talk down to him and get away with it......trust me on that one.
Sharon

Glasgow, KY

#14 Nov 3, 2008
Do you have any children? Would you want someone telling your child that he/she was nothing but a piece of dog shit, in front of other people? IF that doesn't bother you, then you are no kind of mother in my book. So what, if he is a moma's boy.....it doesn't seem to bother him and it sure as hell doesn't bother me. I am all he has. His dad has never had anything to do with him, so I have to play both parts. and hell yes, I am proud of it too. The day I stop defending my children, is the day they will bury me.
smarty pants

Glasgow, KY

#15 Nov 3, 2008
kudo's to you and your brats! and yes i have two sons 23&25 and im very over protective of them but they dont get in trouble either.
Sharon

Glasgow, KY

#16 Nov 3, 2008
Well, not every 'brat' is as perfect as yours, obviously. My sons are 32 & 34.
First Hand

Mammoth Cave, KY

#17 Nov 3, 2008
I screwed up a few years ago and ended up on probation ... Bob Burdett was my PO , I couldn't have asked for anyone to help me more or treat me with more respect ... I never did have to deal with Alexander , but he did always sneer at me when I went to my monthly visit with Bob ... Nobody else that worked there seemed to have his attitude !!!
First Hand

Mammoth Cave, KY

#18 Nov 3, 2008
Susan Ward wrote:
<quoted text> Legally they have to have a job, and can not go more then 30 days unemployed. They are only required to have a part time job, the state does not give them money. In their off time they can have any hobbies or activities they want, except if that specific activity is illegal, or they are spending time with a convicted felon(that would be those on parole, don't know about probabtion).
You don't have to be the spawn of Satan to be convicted of a felony Mamn ... Yes some convicted felons do recieve probation ... I was pulled for a shot tail light ... I was told by the Trooper to go lean against his patrol car as he searched my vechicle ... After his search came up empty , he started fishing for something to charge me with ... I had a chain attached to my wallet that suppousidly scratched his patol car when I leaned against the front fender ... He charged me with destuction of state property and the Commenwealths Attourny made it stick , and yes it was a felony ... People like you , don't realize just how little it takes to be charged with and convicted of a felony ... Everybody needs to watch their step ... You can become a felon yourself a whole lot easier than you think !!!
waiting to go

Glasgow, KY

#19 Nov 3, 2008
Hey, Susan

if you boy acts stupid he gets treated like he's stupid, maybe you should have done a better job.
just curious

Glasgow, KY

#20 Nov 3, 2008
So what crimes have your son committed? Is he a druggie, thief, murderer or what? Since he's had two different po's maybe next time he'll be sent to prison and then he won't have to listen to them mean old probation offiers.

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