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The Probation of Offenders Ordinance, 1960

( Ordinance NO. XLV OF 1960 )

Duties of a probation officer
13. A probation officer shall, subject to the rules made under this Ordinance,-
(a) visit or receive visits from the offender at such reasonable intervals as may be specified in the probation order or, subject thereto, as the Officer-in-charge may think fit;
(b) see that the offender observes the conditions of the bond executed under section 5;
(c) report to the Officer-in-charge as to the behaviour of the offender;
(d) Advise, assist and befriend the offender, and when necessary endeavour to find him suitable employment; and
(e) perform any other duty which may be prescribed by the rules made under this Ordinance.

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