Parole & Probation is an opportunity to advance — and give back
TOWSON, MD — Shaun Rutherford has only been in Parole and Probation for a few short years. But from day one in the academy, the director of the division knew he was going to be a leader. The director was right.
Today, Rutherford is a Field Supervisor II in charge of two busy field offices in Anne Arundel County. He’s a close partner to law enforcement, schools, and the court system. And he’s an advocate for getting involved in the community outside of the office.
Recently Rutherford headed out to Fullerton Elementary in Baltimore County where he talked to kids about safety, making good choices, and following the rules. He even let the students try on a Parole and Probation agent’s protective vest.
Shaun Rutherford strongly recommends Parole and Probation to anyone who wants to make a difference in the lives of people who have made poor choices and are trying to get back on their feet again. He’s living proof that a good agent can advance very quickly.
If you’re interested in joining the Parole and Probation team, contact the Division at 410-585-3060. You’ll need a college degree with at least 30 credit hours in criminal justice and the social sciences. And once you make it through the Agent Academy, you can start a fast-rising career like Field Supervisor II Shaun Rutherford.