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Parole officer? Best bet is between meetings is to call every now and then and just say hi this is (idjeuy) calling, just calling to say things are going OK. Especially if you have some good news. If unemployed, if possible, a new job would help. Otherwise, work is going ok, things are going ok. Just thought I would call and say hi.
Have your next meeting on hand.
In ending the call, I guess I will see you on the,,, of the month then,,,
PO would likely immediately take a moment to reaffirm date and time. (shuffle around sounds) and respond, ah, yes "I have you down on the date time,)"
OK see you then. Ok, have a good day. End conversation. This will help ensure you as being more interactive.
Pos have a difficult caseload. I mean it's gotta be a difficult job. Like, ok gotta be in court with cae# by 10am,
afternoon, 2 o'clock didn't show up, parole violation, fill out paperwork. Which in turn, gotta start parole probation revocations and hearings.
Do the opposite, make their job mostly an easy going time with you, where it is not trying to find something wrong on your end from theirs, but one where they can actually sit back, casually look though records and basically take it easy for a few. Hope I wasn't rambling. But, yea, they do have a tough job. Make it easy on them.
Excuse for rescheduling. Come up with something pretty simple but realistic. And try not to have to worry about that again by not getting high until you finish this issue. Good luck regardless.