U.S. Pretrial Services Officers investigate and supervise persons charged with a federal offense.Learn more about this agency
- Conducts investigations and verifies background information concerning persons charged with a federal offense when they are arrested or summoned to court.
- Evaluates information and prepares reports for the judge prior to the initial hearing with assessment of non-appearance and danger to community. A recommendation regarding bail and/or release of a defendant is included in the report.
- Supervises defendants who are released with supervision conditions.
- Notifies the court and the U.S. Attorney of any violations.
- Develops a supervision plan and maintains a detailed record of case activity.
- Travel and contacts are conducted in unsafe neighborhoods where crime may occur.
Occasional travel - 25% or Greater (Travel required for field work and training).
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