You should continue to report to your supervision officer, as directed. The presentence officer is assigned to your case only for the purpose of preparing a presentence report.
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You are required to report at the direction of the probation officer or court. This may include, but is not limited to, submission of a written or electronic monthly report, reporting by telephone, and/or in person. Your officer may also require submission of documentation such as proof of income, employment search, AA attendance, etc., for the duration of your supervision term. For specific requirements, contact your assigned probation officer.
Pretrial defendants are presumed innocent of the charges against them until they either plead guilty or are found guilty at trial. Convicted offenders are serving a sentence imposed by the court.
The USPO will make home visits to ensure compliance with the conditions of supervision and to assess your adjustment at home and in the community. Employment or the offender’s efforts at securing employment will be verified in every case. Officers will be discreet as possible when making employment inquiries.
A presentence officer conducts a presentence investigation and submits a presentence report to the court prior to sentencing. A supervision officer monitors a defendant’s or offender’s compliance with the conditions of supervision imposed by the court.