Client Resources, which includes urine testing and services such as counseling and detoxification, mental health treatment, and electronic reporting, are provided by the Montana Probation Office. Individuals either are on probation, on parole, on supervised release after being in prison, or on pretrial supervision while waiting to appear in court can take advantage of these resources.
Client Treatment is ordered either by the U.S. District ourt or by the U.S. Parole Commission as a condition of releasing these persons to the community. For officers who supervise substance abusers, and mental health issues, treatment provides the means to directly address these individuals’ alcohol or drug abuse and/or to control their behavior. Treatment is key to enforcing the conditions set for their release, ensuring that they choose to obey the law rather than commit crime, and controlling the danger they may pose to the community. In the case of persons under pretrial supervision, treatment also helps the officer reasonably assure that these persons return to court as required rather than fleeing.
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