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How to become a Parole Officer

How to become a Parole Officer

Learn how to help others by becoming a parole officer. As a parole officer you will be working to aid troubled people re-enter society.
Find out what skills you will need and where to find the proper education.

Keywords: criminal, justice, degree, education, school, training, college, career

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Comment by: upnesh kumar, 05-04-2009 : 08:39
Hey sir
i am upnesh kumar. i am b.a. pass from k.u.k. iwant to became an asi officer. plz send the most important information about it.
thanks
regards
upnesh kumar

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