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I have been employed as a United States Probation Officer for nearly twenty-five years, having been hired in February of 1992.  During this amazing career, I have served as a supervision officer, a presentence writer, an Intensive Supervision Specialist and a Supervisory U.S. Probation Officer.  The majority of my career was spent in the District of Connecticut and in October 2015, I was given the opportunity to transfer to the Middle District of Florida and continue my role as a Supervisory U.S. Probation Officer.  I have been a supporter of FPPOA throughout my career and in the last decade had the opportunity to participate in different ways.  I believe in the value of this organization that is the eyes and ears of all probation and pretrial services officers throughout the country and I embrace the opportunity to share information from the field to our colleagues who are in a position to impact the role of the probation officer.

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Thomas Gahl Video

On September 22nd, 1986 Tom Gahl became the first United States Probation Officer to be killed in the line of duty. This video commemorates the 25th anniversary of his death.