Chief Probation Officer definition

Chief Probation Officer. (i.e., CUSPO) means the individual appointed by the United States District Court to supervise the work of the court’s probation staff. For the purpose of the contract, the “Chief Probation Officer” acts as the contract administrator on behalf of the Director of the Administrative Office of the United States Courts.
Chief Probation Officer means a probation officer designated to direct and supervise the work of the probation department.
Chief Probation Officer means the person appointed to be the Chief Probation Officer under section 3;

Examples of Chief Probation Officer in a sentence

  • Invoices will be reviewed for approval by the Assistant Chief Probation Officer of Juvenile Operations.

  • The Board of Supervisors created the JJCC in December 1996, and appointed the Chief Probation Officer as the Chair.


More Definitions of Chief Probation Officer

Chief Probation Officer means the highest ranking field probation officer in each
Chief Probation Officer means the person appointed under section
Chief Probation Officer means the Chief Probation Officer under section 4(5);
Chief Probation Officer means a person appointed to be Chief Probation Officer under this Act;
Chief Probation Officer means the Chief Probation Officer referred to in Section 5(1)(a);
Chief Probation Officer means the person appointed as such under section 3;
Chief Probation Officer. ’ means the probation officer