I don't see why probation officers should have that power because if they really did want that power in the first place, they should have become police officers. A probation officer's job is to make sure their parolees don't break their parole; they aren't exactly law enforcers like the police are. But the big thing of course is how this gives probation officers too much unnecessary power. There is no need for them to be able to bypass people's rights, which are guaranteed by the Constitution, and if this bill goes into effect, there is no telling what consequences could come out of this. We already need to solve the issues going on with our police, and adding this on top of it will just make it worse.