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Section 13 – The Probation of Offenders Act,1958

The Probation of Offenders Act,1958

Section 13. Probation officers

(1) A probation officer under this Act shall be-

(a) A person appointed to be a probation officer by the State Government or recognised as such by the State Government; or

(b) A person provided for this purpose by a society recognised in this behalf by the State Government; or

(c) In any exceptional case, any other person whom in the opinion of the court, is fit to act as a probation officer in the special circumstances of the case.

(2) A court which passes an order under Section 4 or the District Magistrate of the district in which the offender for the time being resides may, at any time, appoint any -probation officer in the place of the person named in the supervision order:

Explanation. -For the purposes of this section, a presidency town shall be deemed to be a district and Chief Presidency Magistrate shall be deemed to be the District Magistrate of that district.

(3) A probation officer, in the exercise of his duties under this Act, shall be subject to the control of the District Magistrate of the district, in which the offender for the time being resides,

STATE AMENDMENTS

Gujarat

In Section 13 renumber the existing Explanation as Explanation I and insert thereafter the following. –

Explanation II. ” For the purpose of this section, the city of Ahmedabad as defined in clause (2) of Section 2 of the Ahmedabad City Courts Act,1961 (Guj. Act 19of 1961] shall be deemed to be district and the Chief Magistrate appointed under that act shall be deemed to the District

[Guj. Act 33 of 1964].

Maharashtra:

In its application to the State of Maharashtra in sub-section (1) of Section 13, in clause (a) after the words “probation officer by the State Government” insert the words “or by such officer as the State Govt. may, subject to such restrictions and conditions (if any) is it may impose by order authorise in this behalf

[Mah. Act 33 of 1964].

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