He gets clean prior to his scheduled drug testing every month. Then goes back to using. I contacted his parole officer, nothing was done. I contacted the head supervisor, still nothing was done. Who else could I contact to put a stop to this? I also had to file an epo on him.
If this is federal, they you are speaking about U.S. Probation Officers (USPO). There will be a supervising USPO (who is responsible for the person on Supervised Release). The Supervising USPO has a Supervisor, and then up the chain-of-command is the District's USPO (the lead person in charge). The USPO is an arm of the court in the federal system, which means the person ultimately in control is the sentencing Judge. Separately, an Assistant U.S. Attorney who prosecuted a case might be interested in a Supervised Releasee using. But these are just the players in a federal supervision. I do not suggest one course of action over any other. I do wish you good health.
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