United States Probation Office
Southern District of Alabama
Jennifer M. Childress, Chief

The United States Probation Office is a unit of the United States Courts that serves both the people of the United States and those who face judicial sentencing and supervision. This unique responsibility places upon probation officers the obligation to strictly enforce the orders of the court while at the same time protecting the offender and defendant from any obstacle or prejudice that will prevent him from successfull re-entry to society. To this end the officers of the probation office are sworn to uphold the laws and Constitution of the United States and to be absolutely fair and impartial in their duty of enforcing those laws.

The officers and staff of the Probation Office commit themselves to

Service to the Court
Service to the Community
Respect for the Individual
Integrity
Cooperation
Quality Performance

To know more about the Probation Office, its functions, and its duties, click here.



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