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Most parole officers are employed by state or county correctional departments. Other parole officers are federal employees. Probation officers generally work for the courts. Halfway houses and work-release centers also hire parole and probation officers. Approximately 87,950 workers are employed as probation officers and correctional treatment specialists in the United States.

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