These job descriptions are for use as models only; they are NOT open positions being advertised. You can find open job postings here. Return to Search. Summary: The Chief Probation officer is responsible for the overall operation of the Department of Probation Services. The Chief Probation officer provides leadership and direction to all employees of the Department in fulfilling the mission of the Court.
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Wyant is highly involved at his internship and has many tasks including checking in with parolees, notifying officers, and sitting in on parole hearings. This internship suited Wyant, although it is not a requirement for his major. It still counts for credit, however, and he already has gained invaluable experience in his short time there. Wyant says that the thing he enjoys most is the interactions with the people in the community and trying to help them out to get to a better place.
The powerful Ohio Parole Board operates largely behind closed doors: Initial hearings are not open to the public. Records are kept secret. Full board meetings are open to the public but debate and votes are conducted behind closed doors. In the wake of a public rebuke by former Parole Board member Shirley Smith, the system is now facing scrutiny. Critics, including crime victims, inmates and attorneys, say it needs reforms.