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p.o. meeting at the police station, why there???

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I have a po appt at the police station, i have always went to the office in court. Is there something wrong or strange about this? thank you,

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Sorry, im nervous, I have done nothing wrong, however, it just scares me...can someone please advise or tell me anything about this??TY

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 You're on probation. You can have a meeting with your PO anywhere he or she wants. Don't think anything into it.


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Thank you:) its for my son, I was very concerned...

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Why not call and axe?

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Ah, The perennial and constant advice from UncaD.


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 I know some P.O.'s that meet with their clients at the local PD every Mondays. Nothing unusual about it. 


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HEY HEADBRER, how ya think uncaD made captain?

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I cannot see why anybody would have a concern about a meeting in a Police station unles their conscience is bothering them for some reason.I would much perfer that to a "sit Down" in a $ells Angels club house or an upstate New York planning session of the Cosa Nostra in the Catskills.

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You state you have a meeting with a PO and then go on to say it is for your son. Which is it? Relax and take a deep breath. What is your son on probation for?

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Maybe the PO has other business at the police department, and it's for their convenience.


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Okay...... Like they say at the ballpark.  You can't tell the players without a scorecard.  We have the O/P who has a son.  Someone is on probation and needs to see their probation officer.  For the O/P to answer:  Instead of talking in circles and making everyone guess or otherwise assume ( make an ass/u/me..... get it? ), explain further.  Who is on probation and for what?


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EVERYBODY RELAX !!!!!! Actually some of my district offices had certain field days or evening that they sit at the local SO or PD and meet with their cases. Usually this is a rural area. It gives  the PO a place to sit with the case and go over anything that needs to be addressed that is on "our" turf. If we need to run a drug screen we have facilities.  We consider these to be an "office" visit.


And for the OP, I've been a probation/parole office longer than I'd like to admit (cause after all I'm only 30 !!!LOL)


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Oh No,Cat.I thought you were 28.