In 2007, I began my career with United States Probation Department, in the Eastern District of Michigan as a supervision officer. In 2014, I was promoted to a Senior United States Probation Officer as a Mental Health Specialist. I am a local and national STARR Coach. Member of our department’s IT and Evidence-Based practices implementation groups. In 2001, I received a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice and in 2015 obtained my Master’s Degree in Public Administration.
In September 2011, I was appointed as a U.S. Probation Officer in the Northern District of New York. I have been a presentence investigator for my entire career with the judiciary. I am a member of the district's search team and serve as an evidence officer. Before my appointment, I had prior federal service as an Assistant Pretrial Services Officer and Pretrial Services Officer for the Pretrial Services Agency for the District of Columbia.
In June of 2013, Jacqueline ‘Jackie’ Anderson was appointed as an U.S. Probation Officer to the supervision division in the Western District of North Carolina. In 2016, she was promoted to Senior U.S. Probation Officer as the Mental Health Treatment Specialist (typically known as DATS). She serves on the Evidence-Based Practices working group, as a New Officer Mentor and sits on the Supervision Divisional Leadership Team. In 2000, Jackie received a bachelor's degree in Psychology and in 2004 obtained her Master degree in Counseling and Guidance.
I was appointed as a United States Probation Officer in the District of South Carolina, Charleston Division, in February 2001. I began in the Pretrial Unit, before moving into the Supervision Unit, and ultimately coming to rest in the Court Services Unit as a presentence officer. I am a wife and mom to three young boys. I look forward to serving as Southeast Regional President for FPPOA.
I was appointed as a U.S. Probation Officer in the Northern District of Texas in January 2007. Prior to this, I worked as a Probation Officer in Dallas County, Texas. I have a Bachelors in Psychology and a Masters in Social Work from Louisiana State University. I have worked as a Presentence writer since I arrived in the federal system, and I am currently serving as the court services liaison for our Sex Offender Management Team. In my free time, I volunteer with my alumni group.
In May 2003, Sharie Lutt was appointed a U.S. Probation Officer in the District of Arizona, Phoenix Presentence division. In 2007, she transferred to the field operations division where she was promoted to Intensive Supervision Specialist in 2012 and thereafter Supervisory U.S. Probation Officer in 2015. Sharie currently supervises a field unit of U.S. Probation Officers, some of which are assigned to the transition/re-entry team.