Can Probation Officers visit an offender at the offender's home or place of employment?
Yes. The probation department participates in regular field activities. These activities include: visiting probationers randomly at home throughout the day and evening, appearing at public locations and events to monitor potential problems with probationers, responding to crisis calls from offenders, victims and other professionals, and other activities as needed. A probation officer might visit a person's place of employment if there is concern over the offender violating their conditions of probation or if the offender hasn't kept regular appointments with the officer.