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|May 2, 2011
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New Suffolk Superior Court Chief Named
Massachusetts Probation Commissioner Ronald Corbett recently appointed Pamerson Ifill as the Chief Probation Officer of Suffolk Superior Court.
Corbett said of Ifill’s appointment, “A Chief Probation Officer is a key part of the management team in each court. Mr. Ifill is a shining example of the talent that exists in the Massachusetts Probation Service.”
Ifill will be sworn in by a judge at a date to be announced.
The new Suffolk Superior Court Chief Probation Officer, Ifill began his duties last week. He began his career with the Massachusetts Probation Service as a Juvenile Probation Officer at Barnstable Juvenile Court in 1993. In 1996, Ifill became a Plymouth Juvenile Court Probation Officer. Two years later, he was named Regional Program Manager at the Office of Community Corrections.
He earned a bachelor of arts degree in Political Science at Stonehill College in North 1992. Ifill also holds a master’s degree in Human Resources from Brandeis University which he completed in 1997.
Ifill said of his new appointment, “Becoming the Chief Probation Officer of the Suffolk County Superior Court is indeed an honor and a privilege, and I look forward to being a member of a proud probation department with a lengthy history of service and dedication.”
He added, “As CPO, it is my intent to ensure that the department adheres to the highest standards and probation practices through a diligent approach to reducing reoffending, promoting rehabilitation amongst offenders, and vigorously protecting and defending public safety.”