The police have a database for any police contact they have with civilians, even if no arrest is made. Whether your probation officer will have access to that, i cannot say. i would advise you tell your PO since it is police contact and that is one of the required reporting aspects of your probation.
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In most instances, someone on probation is under a requirement to report all police contact to their probation officer. Under that definition, you would be required to report the contact even though no arrest was made. If not, you could be considered to have committed a technical violation. You should try to remember if you are required to stay away from alcohol as that could be another violation. To that end, you should try to keep facts to a minimum when posting questions on any website. Good luck.
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I do t necessarily believe that any report as a result of this would automatically make its way to your probation officer. Keep in mind, however, that you are required to report to your PO and police contact. If you don't and the PO becomes aware of it you may very well get violated.Ask a similar question