Generally, the more you stay in contact with your probation officer, the better off you'll be, as long as you're doing what you're supposed to, and not doing what you're not supposed to.
All the PO's I've ever talked with have the opposite problem of their clients not communicating with them enough.
If your PO says you are done, then see if you can get something from him in writing. Always best to have a paper trail in case you are in front of the judge who is asking why you stopped reporting to your PO.
However, you should check with a Pennsylvania criminal defense attorney or the local public defender to double check on double checking.
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