|Probation Officer Info|
|How To Become A Probation Officer|
Probation Officer Passion
Finding and training new probation officers is a lengthy and costly process therefore, when they higher, they want to know that you are serious about what you are doing and that you have a passion for upholding the law. If you are passionate about your job the chances of you sticking with it for a long time are much better and they know that. One way they can verify your passion for becoming a parole or probation officer is by talking to people you have associated yourself with such as former employers, coworkers, family and friends.
What You Can Do:
When being interviewed, show up in a nice-looking suit, clean-shaven, and show them you really want the job.
- Express enthusiasm to friends and family about becoming a parole officer (you never know, they might be asked).
- Build a strong resume in public service, law and criminal justice.
- Be persistent, promt, and enthused when applying.