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Orientation To Supervision

This is a Missouri form that can be used for Eastern District within Federal, US Probation Office.

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ORIENTATION TO SUPERVISIONUNITED STATES PROBATION OFFICE EASTERN DISTRICT OF MISSOURI<<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 2 SUPERVISION HANDBOOK TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION............................................................................................................1MANDATORY CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISION.........................................................3 STANDARD CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISION.............................................................4 SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISION.................................................................12 DIRECTIONS FOR COMPLETING THE MONTHLY SUPERVISION REPORT FORM................................................................................................................15GENERAL INFORMATION............................................................................................20ACKNOWLEDGMENTS............................................................................................21,22APPENDIX A: TRAVEL REQUEST FORM, ED/MO MAP, TRAVEL LETTER............................................................................................................APPENDIX B: MONTHLY REPORT FORM...............................................................................................................................APPENDIX C: PERSONAL FINANCIAL STATEMENT AND PERJURY FORM...............................................................................................................................APPENDIX D: RELEASE FORMS.............................................................................................................................Eastern District of Missouri August 1997 1 <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 3 SUPERVISION HANDBOOK FORWARD The purpose of this Orientation Manual is to convey clearly the definitions, procedures, and requirements which constitute Supervised Release, Probation, and Parole. If this manual is being read to you because you are unable to read it or fully comprehend all of the language that is used, your Probation Officer may be able to refer you for further reading, writing, and/or other training. We hope you have a successful and productive supervision experience. Eastern District of Missouri August 1997 2 <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 4 SUPERVISION HANDBOOK SUPERVISION ORIENTATION HANDBOOK INTRODUCTION As part of your sentence, you will be supervised in the community by a United States Probation Officer. Your supervision may be either Probation, Supervised Release, or Parole. In any event, the conditions will be essentially the same. The purpose of supervision is to enforce compliance with the conditions of release, to protect the public by minimizing risk, to provide services to you, and to assistyou in maintaining a law-abiding lifestyle. United States Probation Officers serve as Officers of the Court and as agents of the U.S. Parole Commission. They are responsible for the Supervision of all persons who are conditionally released to the community by the Courts, the Parole Commission, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, and Military Authorities. Their supervision mission is to execute the sentence, control risk, and to promote law-abiding behavior. To accomplish these objectives, the Probation Officer assigned to you has the following responsibilities: * To instruct you as to the conditions specified by the Court or the Parole Commission. * To keep informed as to your compliance with the conditions of your supervision. * To keep informed as to your conduct and to report your conduct and status to the sentencing Court or Parole Commission. * To use all suitable methods consistent with the conditions specified by the Court or Parole Commission and to bring about improvements in your conduct and your situation. * To assess the level of risk you may pose to the community and establish a Supervision Plan in order to minimize your risk to the community. * To utilize Risk Control Supervision activities such as, but not limited to, verification of employment, sources of income, investigation of your financial situation, monitoring of your associations, conducting of record checks, placing restrictions on your travel, and testing you for the use of drugs and alcohol. * To request modification of the conditions of supervision in order to reduce risk, if necessary. Such modifications may include electronic monitoring, halfway house placement, or participation in treatment. * To systematically review your conduct and your situation and revise your Supervision Plan in accordance with the changes in your level of risk to the community. Eastern District of Missouri August 1997 3 <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 5 SUPERVISION HANDBOOK * To assess the problems you may be experiencing that are likely to be associated with future criminal conduct such as unemployment, drug problems, alcohol problems, mental health issues, financial problems, lack of residence, family problems, and to develop a plan to address these problems. * To refer you to the community resources which will assist you in dealing with these problems. Eastern District of Missouri August 1997 4 <<<<<<<<<********>>>>>>>>>>>>> 6 SUPERVISION HANDBOOK MANDATORY CONDITIONS OF SUPERVISION The purpose of this Orientation Manual is to explain thoroughly the conditions, the purpose for each condition, and what is required of you to be in compliance with each condition. Your Probation Officer will prepare and instruct you on your specific conditions. These possibly will include the special conditions covered in this manual. You will receive a copy of these conditions at which time it is imperative that you ask your Probation Officer to clarify any issues or questions concerning your release. The conditions may vary because of the type of supervision and/or the year you were sentenced. The list below will cover any condition for Probation, Parole, and Supervised Release as long as it is not a special condition. Take the time to compare your conditions with the following list and again, ask your Probation Officers for any necessary clarification. 1. YOU SHALL NOT COMMIT ANOTHER FEDERAL, STATE, OR LOCAL CRIME DURING THE PERIOD OF SUPERVISION. If you are involved in any type of criminal activity, whether or not charged, you pose a significant riskto the community. Any serious violation of the law is immediately reported to the Court. Based on the seriousness of the offense and the risk you pose to the community, a recommendation may be made to the Court to

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