Thank you for the information and your question. First, I am not sure why the employer would not have asked about any convictions, but if they did, you of course must be truthful with them. As for your PO, then cold hard truth here is that the PO has a lot of power and they could, if they choose, actually withdraw or deny your right to cross state lines to work while on probation. So, if this PO is telling you that you must versus should inform your prospective employer of the details of your crime, or whatever it is they want you to tell them, then you will have to. They can personally contact your employer if they think there might be a problem with the type of work you will be doing.
If you think that the PO might be abusing their power, then you will need to consult with a local attorney to sit down with the PO or their supervisor and work this out.
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