8 SF907 Author Ron Tatum, a college professor and professional horseshoer, also served in the Marine Corps and worked as a Presbyterian minister, a juvenile probation officer, and a drug and alcohol counselor.
What does JPO stand for?
JPO stands for Juvenile Probation Officer
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We have 36 other meanings of JPO in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Project Officer
- Joint Projects Office
- Joint Prototyping Office
- Joint Psychological Operations
- Journal of Pediatric Orthopaedics (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins)
- Journal of Physical Oceanography
- Journal of Prosthetics and Orthotics
- Jump If Parity Odd
- Junior Police Officer (youth program; Hawaii)
- Justice and Peace Office
- Joint Program Office for Biological Defense
- Joint Program Office for Special Technology Countermeasures (Dahlgren, Virginia)
- Joint Program Office for Unmanned Ground Vehicles/Systems
- Joint Program Office for Special Technology Countermeasures
- Japanese Pediatric Orthopaedic Association
- Johannesburg Plan of Action
- Juvenile Primary Open Angle Glaucoma
- Joint Program Opportunities Board
- Joint Program Office for Biological Defense (Virginia)
- Joint Planning Orientation Course (US DoD)
Samples in periodicals archive:
And he owes his good fortune to Bruce Ballou, the chief juvenile probation officer for Maverick, Zavala and Dimmit Counties.
Karlson, chief juvenile probation officer and detention facility director, Churchill County Juvenile Probation, Third Judicial District, Fallon, Nev.
According to the Philadelphia-based Juvenile Law Center, Ciavarella routinely prevented defendants from being represented by counsel and locked up minor offenders even when the juvenile probation officer recommended otherwise.
In addition, it would place juvenile probation officers in schools with large numbers of youths at risk of incarceration.
West Virginia's program involves treatment teams made up of juvenile probation officers, social workers, parents, guardians, attorneys, school officials and child advocacy representatives.