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Probation seeks 2 more officers to handle caseload
Officer currently faces 342 cases on average
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With caseloads for Hall County Probation Services growing steadily, the department is looking to add two more officers to “get things back into perspective,” Hall County Court Administrator Reggie Forrester said. “The (increased) caseload is causing our officers to struggle to adequately supervise the probationers under their supervision,” according to the request to the Hall County Board of Commissioners. “Inadequate supervision causes a lack of adequate face to face time with the probationer.