The officer told the woman on his first home visit that he needed to do a study of her bedroom.
A 50-year-old parole officer in Florida is being accused of rape after physical and video evidence showed him forcing himself onto a woman during a house visit.
According to Mirror.com.uk, Police said Zachary Thomas Bailey used his authority as parole officer to allegedly twice sexually assault the woman he was supposed to be monitoring at her home in Coral Springs, Florida - twice.
The officer told the woman on his first home visit that he needed to do a study of her bedroom, reports say.
He then blocked her from leaving her bedroom, put his hands down her trousers and sexually assaulted her, it is claimed.
The woman protested and he left the property, but returned the next day, officers said.
This time, she claimed to have recorded their exchange on her mobile phone so police would believe her and Baily wouldn't be able to write a false parole violation report, according to WSVN.
He asked her for a massage and when she said no, began taking off his clothes while her daughter was in the adjacent room, the police report says.
He then told her to perform oral sex and when she refused, put a condom on, pushed her on the bed and raped her, it is claimed.
Coral Springs Police Lt. Joe McCue said: "The victim said, 'This is rape. I don't want you to do this.
"Unfortunately, she was in fear that if she reported this, he would violate her probation and put her back in jail."
He encouraged any other women who may have been attacked by him to contact police, adding: "Don't be afraid your probation is going to be violated. It's very important that you come forward."
Bailey has worked with the Florida Department of Corrections for over 25 years.