PPO

(redirected from Probation and Parole Officer)
AcronymDefinition
PPOPreferred Provider Organization
PPOPhilippine Philharmonic Orchestra (est. 1973)
PPOPersonal Protection Order (law)
PPOPolice Provincial Office (Philippines)
PPOPre-Placement Offer (employment)
PPOPolyphenylene Oxide
PPOPowerbuilder Power Object
PPOPre Processor Output
PPOPersonal Protection Officer
PPOPakistan Post Office
PPOPolypropylene Oxide
PPOPlanetary Protection Officer (US NASA)
PPOPlant Protection Organization (Iran)
PPOPure Plantaardige Olie (Dutch: Pure Vegetable Oil)
PPOPublic Policy Office
PPOPension Payment Order (India)
PPOPédagogie par Objectifs (French: Teaching Objectives)
PPOPlease Pass On
PPOProfessional Photographers of Ontario
PPOProfessional Photographers of Oregon
PPOPersonal Property Office (US Navy)
PPOPlant PowerOps (software)
PPOPlymouth Philharmonic Orchestra (Plymouth, MA)
PPOPhysical Plant Office
PPOPublic Prosecutions Office (various locations)
PPOProfessional Photographers of Ohio
PPOPre-Production Operations
PPOProbation and Parole Officer
PPOPrior Permission Only
PPOProbationary Police Officer (NYPD)
PPOPilot/Payload Operator
PPOProlific & Other Priority Offenders (UK)
PPOProfessional Photographers of Oklahoma
PPOPollution Prevention Officer (Canada)
PPOPreliminary Protective Order
PPOProduct Process Organization
PPOPost Production Option (manufacturing add-on)
PPOProject Purchasing Officer
PPOParole and Probation Officer
PPOPartnership Project Office
PPOPostal Police Officer
PPOPupil Personnel Office (schools)
PPOPeninsula Pops Orchestra (San Francisco, CA)
PPOProgrammable Pulse Output
PPOPrincipal Period of Operation
PPOProposal Production Office
PPOPlease Piss Off
PPOPsychology and Public Opinion (International Association for Media and Communication Research)
PPOProgram Planning Objectives
PPOProjected Program Objective
PPOPermanently Pissed Off
PPOPersonal Performance Objective
PPOPublic Purchasing Offer
References in periodicals archive ?
Baber, senior probation and parole officer, District 13 Probation and Parole, Lynchburg, Va., Richard Berryman, senior probation and parole officer, Norfolk Probation and Parole, Norfolk, Va., Lisa D.
Hayes, senior probation and parole officer, Fairfax Day Reporting Program, Probation and Parole District 29, Alexandria
Miller, CCS, senior probation and parole officer, District 2, Norfolk
Analysis of demographic data reveals that the typical woman employed in community corrections in Virginia is a white probation and parole officer 35 years of age or younger who is working in an urban probation and parole office.
Alice Gillisple, probation and parole officer III, DOC, Tulsa County District Community Corrections; Shelly Harrison, probation and parole officer II, DOC, NWDCC--Stillwater; Marvin Holmes, team supervisor, DOC, Northeast District Community Corrections; Ebony Tyler, probation and parole officer I, DOC, Central District Community Corrections--Santa Fe Office; Dustin Quinton, probation and parole officer II, Central District Community Corrections--West
Currently a senior probation and parole officer for Tulsa County District Community Corrections, Austin has been an asset for the past four years, not only as a superb officer in the drug and DUI courts, her supervisors say, but also as a valuable mentor, trainer and counselor willing to go above and beyond.
Eddie Warrior Correctional Center (DEWCC); Delbert Appleton, information systems network management specialist III, Oklahoma State Penitentiary (OSP); Kenneth Arnett, correctional case manager II, Lexington Assessment and Reception Center (LARC); Kelly Austin, probation and parole officer II, Tulsa County District Community Corrections (TCDCC); Orie T.
Ontario is hiring 21 new probation and parole officers to help improve our correctional system and strengthen the safety of our communities.
Most probation and parole officers are faced with high workloads, at times managing twice an ideal population of supervisees.
Probation and parole officers are providing psycho-mental services to probationers and young offenders besides playing constructive role in curtailing overcrowding in jails.
QUETTA, April 15, 2011 (Balochistan Times): Children and women prisoners in minor offences deserved to be placed on probation rather to be sent to jails for imprisonment and incarceration, participants said in a four-day pre-service training of probation and parole officers organized by Balochistan Judicial Academy (BJA) in collaboration with Society for Protection of Rights of the Child (SPARC).
He is asking for more prerelease programs and 40 more probation and parole officers. Currently probation and parole officers in Montana each handle an average of 87 offenders.