Probation has changed in the last couple of decades as there are an increased number of cases and a focus on containment, enforcement, and monitoring of youthful offenders. Including a center of attention on families, on rehabilitative and beneficial approaches also.
2. Would you like to work as a juvenile probation officer? Do you see yourself as a person with the personal characteristics to be an effective juvenile probation officer? Yes, I would not mind working as a juvenile probation officer because I would promote advising with juveniles and attending to their problems. I also see myself as a individual with the personal characteristics to be an effective juvenile probation officer as I would encourage the youths to get involved with activities that better the community, and anticipate that they gain knowledge of responsibility, the precise approach to go during situations, in addition to staying absent as of mistakes.
3. What aspects of the job would you find challenging and fulfilling? The aspects of the job that I would find most challenging are being called to make solid judgments for the reason that some of the juveniles may have issues mentally, and the concern with juveniles and drug behavior. The aspects that I would find rewarding are getting the juveniles resources such as keeping them in school and out of the streets.
4. What aspects of the job would you find difficult and frustrating?…