Are you optimistic that probation officers and other community corrections officials can be trained to effectively help offenders become less likely to commit new crimes? Given the number of people on probation and other community corrections programs and the limited number of officials who must supervise these offenders, the actual implementation of better practices may be difficult to implement. If you are optimistic about the possibility of progress, describe what you see as the two biggest priorities for those seeking to implement better practices. If you are not optimistic, would you steer time, attention, and resources to other aspects of probation and community corrections? Briefly describe what you would do if you the head of o local probation office.