The Office of the Commissioner of Probation
will host its fourth annual Probation Employee
Recognition Ceremony on Thursday,
May 11th, at the Massachusetts State
For the first time since the honors ceremony
was established, all full-time Probation employees
are eligible for consideration of recognition.
“Because of the important work
that all Probation employees are engaged in, we would
like to acknowledge their contributions to our agency
and the community as well,” said Commissioner
John J. O’Brien.
Probation employees to be considered
for honors are those who:
- Routinely go
beyond the call of duty.
- Make a positive
impact in the court and in the community.
- Perform their
duties in an exemplary manner.
- Presents creative
- Represent the
best of the organization.
Any Chief Probation Officers wishing
to nominate a First Assistant Chief Probation Officer,
Assistant Chief Probation Officer, Probation Officer,
Assistant Probation Officer or Support Staff employee
should submit a one-page summary about an outstanding
employee and include detailed information on why this
person should be recognized. Submissions may be faxed
to 617-727-0316 or sent via email to email@example.com.
The submission deadline is Friday, April 7th, 2006.
Questions may be directed to Coria
A. Holland, Director of Communications, 617-727-5300,
ext. 258, firstname.lastname@example.org.