Ethical Behavior: You are a Correctional Probation Officer for the state of Florida. You are in your first year of employment. You supervise a caseload of 50 felony drug offenders. On July 3, 2020, at 2200 hours, you are checking on 5 of your offenders who are also on house arrest. These 5 offenders should be home, and if they are not, that would be a violation of their probation. By 2245 hours you have verified that 4 of these offenders are home. When you reach the residence of the 5th offender, there is no answer after you knock on his door. The house is dark. (Create this offenders name, DOB, residential address, race/ethnicity if determined).This offender is very wealthy. He was a lawyer but he became addicted to opioids after suffering a fall, and he was ultimately disbarred after being arrested and convicted of possession of controlled substances. As you turn to leave the residence, a car turns into the driveway of the home and it is your offender. He exits his 2020 BMW saying, Im sorry, Im sorry, I know I screwed up but I promise to stay home from now on. Im not going to prison! He apologizes for his violation of house arrest curfew and then tells you he can help you if you help him. He cleverly begins to discuss position as a public servant, telling you that he knows you dont make much money and that you are worth so much more. He tells you he needs a new human resource director at his uncles company (create the company name) and that he thinks you would be great at that job. It pays $97,000 a year plus numerous benefits. His uncle will do anything he asks him to do. He also shares with you that he could share some of his other profits with you and you could be rich beyond your wildest dreams. He then shares with you that his previous probation officer, Gerald Holmes, who is still working at the probation officer, had a deal with him, and is now doing very well financially.This paragraph is not to go into your report. This consists only of your thoughts. (Thoughts are running through your mind. You only make $42,000 per year. You barely make ends meet and have little money for simple luxuries. Besides, the job is not quite what you thought it would be. The paperwork is overwhelming, and youre a little tired of dealing with the worst society has to offer. You also have $30,000 in college debt to pay off. You are thinking his violation really isnt that serious. Its not like he came home drunk or under the influence. He was a lawyer. Hes very smart. He might be able to get his license to practice law restored in 5 years. He was well liked in the law community and considered to be among the best lawyers. You could just not report this. Who would ever know he violated his house arrest? But what to do about Gerald? If Gerald made a deal with this offender why not you?)Write a narrative report on this incident and end it in an ethical way. Include any action(s) you would take regarding both the offender and your fellow probation officer, Gerald Holmes.