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This study surveyed probation and parole officers in Missouri and Kentucky to determine their supervision styles along a "casework to surveillance" continuum. These self-ratings were correlated with officer self-reports of how they spend their time on the job engaged in various casework or surveillance activities. Additionally, volunteering officers were interviewed to provide clarification on their perceptions regarding the distinctions between a casework approach and a surveillance approach.doi:10.1080/0735648x.2004.9721194 fatcat:6udky77e4bfzlmqjrc6lgmzvwy