Normally, no. But people on probation do not have the same privacy rights. Probation is not freedom, it's "prison lite". One of the basic terms of parole is full disclosure and knowledge of the PO of all such incidents. Your daughter can also be subject to random searches and drug tests as long as she is on parole.
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