The agency is soliciting applicants interested in filling five positions as probation and parole offers specializing in supervision of Native American offenders, and encourages qualified Native Americans to apply for the jobs. “We believe that those with personal knowledge and understanding of Indian culture, traditions and challenges will be vital to the success of this project,” said Ron Alsbury, chief of the department’s Probation and Parole Bureau.
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