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Probation And Parole Officer Cover Letter

Probation And Parole Officer Cover Letter Template
This probation and parole officer cover letter example shows details such as sender and receiver information, using of work experience, and how to express your interest to the hiring manager.
See also: Letter of Interest
» Example for Probation And Parole Officer
From / Sender

- Applicant full name
- Applicant Address
- Applicant contact no.
- Applicant email address
To / Receiver

- Employer title/Name
- Employer position
- Organization name
- Organization address
Date:

Dear Hiring Manager:

This is to express my interest in "probation and parole officer" position advertised on June 13, 2014; My resume is enclosed for your review. Given my closely experience and excellent capabilities I would appreciate your consideration for this job. My work experience and duties are an ideal match for this position and cover all job requirements.

Your Requirements:

Expert Probation And Parole Officer with at least 2 years of experience, excellent covers all position duties.

My Matching Experience:

For 3 years I worked as Probation And Parole Officer, My Responsibilities were to:

1) Counsel juvenile or adult offenders in activities related to legal conditions of probation or parole

2) Confer with offender, legal representatives, family and other concerned persons and reviews documents pertaining to legal and social history of offender to conduct prehearing or presentencing investigations to formulate rehabilitation plan

3) Compile reports, testifies in court and makes recommendations concerning conditional release or institutionalization of offender

4) Inform offender or guardian of legal requirements of conditional release, like visits to office, restitution payments, or educational employment stipulations

5) Counsel offender and family or guardian, helps offender to secure education employment, arranges custodial care, and refers offender to social resources of community to aid in rehabilitation

6) Evaluate offenders progress on follow-up basis including visits to home, school, and place of employment

7) Secure remedial action by court if necessary

8) May be employed by correctional institution, parole board, courts system, or separate agency serving court

9) May specialize in working with either juvenile or adult offenders

10) May specialize in working with offenders on probation and be designated Probation Officer profess. kin.

11) May specialize in working with offenders on parole and be designated Parole Officer profess. kin. .

I appreciate your time taken to review my credentials and experience.

I look forward to being interviewed at your earliest convenience. Lot of thanks for your consideration and care.

Sincerely,
[ Sender/your name ]

Enc: Resume

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