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true or false: a probation officer does not need a search warrant or probable cause to search a probationer's residence.
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User: true or false: a probation officer does not need a search warrant or probable cause to search a probationer's residence.

Weegy: The statment is True.
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User: true or false: because federal probation officers are not law enforcement officers they have no authority to arrest





Weegy: False, Parole officers, in many jurisdictions, are issued a badge, credentials, and firearm, and often have full police powers. [ Probation and parole officers who have law enforcement powers, are technically classified as peace officers, and if so, they must attend a police academy as part of their training and certification. ]
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User: true or false: split sentencing is the practice of sentencing offenders to prison, allowin them to apply for probationary release, and enacting such release in a surprise fashion.

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