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Offender Reentry

Offender reentry is the transition period when an offender is released from prison back into the community. During this transition, a probation officer is assigned to supervise and monitor the offender (typically within 120 days of their release from the BOP or halfway house).  Probation officers develop a supervision plan for each offender or client that meets the conditions of their release.

Probation officers play a vital role in making the transition successful by providing resources such as access to treatment centers, employment opportunities, and education.