I agree with the previous answers, you need to notify the probation officer.
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Look long and hard at your reasons for wanting this person's unsupervised probation revoked. If you are being personally threatened, then by all means call the police. If you just want to get this person in trouble, think about how you would feel if the situation were reversed. Is this person breaking the law, or just violating some technical requirement?
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