Did you know that participation in the 2020 Census determines how much federal funding goes to communities to support critical services – like law enforcement funding, crime victims' assistance, and programs which serve victims of domestic and sexual violence, among others – for the next ten years? Get counted by responding to the 2020 Census by September 30, 2020 (https://my2020census.gov/).
Looking for a retired U.S. Probation Officer identification, please see the information below.
(Must be on the judiciary's network or Data Communications Network (DCN) to access this link.)
July 21-27, 2019 is Pretrial, Probation, and Parole Supervision Week. This is the annual celebration of our system, with the goal of raising awareness about the work community corrections professionals do every day. As United States Pretrial Services and Probation Officers, we perform at an extremely unique level, one I often describe as the “graduate level” of community corrections. After experiencing nearly twenty-five years in this profession, there have been changes. Arguably however, the core function of supervision and investigations are the same.
Please note, as of April 26, 2019, the FPPOA NTI 2019 registration is closed, as we've reached our maximum number of attendees. If a district would like to be placed on a waiting list, please email National President, Craig Penet. We may be opening more spaces for attendees in the next couple of weeks. Thank you all for your support to FPPOA.
Sometimes, bad things happen to good federal officers. Are you emotionally, financially and legally prepared to defend yourself if you are the subject of an allegation in the performance of your job duties? FEDS Protection can help.
Don’t forget to use discount code “FPPOA” for membership pricing.
Special Edition of Wellness Wednesday
Tis the season, we are entering that time of year! During this occasion we are enjoying gift giving and festive gatherings with family and friends. This time of year brings highs and lows of the holiday season. For many, the holidays can represent levels of stress that can be difficult to manage. Stress can be a result of financial expectations and obligations, as well as other hopes of the holidays from friends and family.