18 U.S. Code § 3155 - Annual reports

§ 3155.
Annual reports

Each chief pretrial services officer in districts in which pretrial services are established under section 3152(b) of this title, and each chief probation officer in all other districts, shall prepare an annual report to the chief judge of the district court concerning the administration and operation of pretrial services and shall ensure that case file, statistical, and other information concerning the work of pretrial services is provided to the Director. The Director shall be required to include in the Director’s annual report to the Judicial Conference under section 604 of title 28 a report on the administration and operation of the pretrial services for the previous year.

Amendments

2014—Pub. L. 113–235, in first sentence, struck out “and the Director” after “chief judge of the district court” and inserted at end “and shall ensure that case file, statistical, and other information concerning the work of pretrial services is provided to the Director”.

1982—Pub. L. 97–267 substituted provisions that each pretrial services officer or chief probation officer shall prepare an annual report to the chief judge of the district court and to the Director concerning the administration and operation of pretrial services and that the Director must include in the Director’s annual report to the Judicial Conference a report on the administration and operation of the pretrial services for the previous year for provisions relating to the Director’s annual report to Congress, the contents of the Director’s fourth annual report, and that on or before the expiration of the forty-eighth-month period following July 1, 1975, the Director would file a comprehensive report with Congress concerning the administration and operation of the amendments made by the Speedy Trial Act of 1974, including his views and recommendations with respect thereto.

 

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