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President Judge Shawn D. Meyers administered an Oath of Office last week to the 39th Judicial District’s newest Adult Probation employees.

Deputy Chief Geoffrey Willett and Probation Officer William Rogers pledged to perform their duties with integrity and honor during the swearing-in ceremony Friday.

Pictured from left to right: Probation Department Chief Douglas Wilburne, Officer William Rogers, Deputy Chief Geoffrey Willett, President Judge Shawn D. Meyers. (Photo courtesy Franklin County Court)

Willett comes to Franklin County with 19 years of experience working in the Pennsylvania Court system. He most recently served as the Director of Quality Assurance, Training, and Technology with Adams County Department of Probation Services.

Rogers started working for Franklin County Adult Probation in August 2018. Shortly after his career began with the County, he was deployed overseas with the Army Reserves. His one-year deployment delayed his Oath of Office.

In front of the Court and an audience of their peers, Willett and Rogers pledged to respect the rules of the Court, maintain fairness and impartiality in the performance of their duties, and to do so with honor and integrity. 

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