Under the supervision of Senior Parole Officer, provide parolees with services, enforcement and supervision. Conduct preliminary investigations on parolee's legal, economic, psycho-social history and background. Monitor compliance with conditions of release and document progress and possible risks. Refer parolees to mental health/substance abuse programs, vocational training and employment opportunities. Maintain case record, documents transactions on CMS, conduct home visits and prepare legal report to execute warrants (VOP).
- Parole Officer at New York State Parole
- Child Welfare Specialist Supervisor I at Administration for Children's Services
- Child Welfare Specialist at Administration for Children Services
- Residence Counselor at Administration for Children Services
4 years, 2 months at this Job
- Master of Social Work - Social Work
- Bachelor of Arts degree - Sociology
Duties: As Parole/Probation Officer I am responsible for assisting in the supervision of adult offenders placed on parole or probation. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy. Parole status refers to a period of conditional release following the completion of a prison sentence. Offenders are given a set of guidelines they must follow while on parole or risk returning to prison. A parole officer monitors the offender to ensure that he is following each condition of release. The officer may perform random drug testing, monitor employment history and performance; meet weekly or bimonthly with the offender and his family, and present evidence to the judge in the event a condition is broken. Parole officers also must submit regular reports to the judge about the parolee's progress during the conditioned release. Administrative Specialist II Duties: Research various data storage and/or computer records to obtain information and compiles data for reports. Compose and type routine correspondence and letters, maintains activity logs and/or financial ledgers, and submits reports to supervisor. Reviews documents including applications, forms, vouchers, records, and reports for accuracy, completeness, and compliance with laws and regulations, makes necessary corrections, and assigns file numbers. Provides information, assistance, and clarification to interested parties concerning agency/institution policies and procedures. Assists in developing or revising agency/institution policies, procedures, and directives based on research findings and compiles financial information used to formulate budget proposals and monitor expenditures. Performs other duties as assigned.
- Parole Officer II at Probation and Parole
- Corporal Shine at Arkansas Community Corrections
- Assembly Line Operator at Kholer Co
- spot welder at Lennox Industries
4 years, 3 months at this Job
- - Law Enforcement Training
As a parole officer, I supervise offenders who release from prison or those who are already on post-release supervision. I hold offender's accountable ensuring they are following parole conditions and attending programing as necessary. I complete risk/needs assessments and follow up with offender's treatment. My job duty is to case manage these offenders.
- Parole Officer at
- Corrections Worker at Sedgwick County Department of Corrections - Juvenile Residential Facility
- Senior Corrections Officer at
- Corrections Officer at Ellsworth Correctional Facility
8 months at this Job
- Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice & Sociology - Criminal Justice & Sociology
* Conduct investigative interviews with assigned General Population felony offenders to evaluate risks, liabilities, and strengths. * Prepare and complete detailed Pre-Hearing, Supplemental, or Special reports to the Parole Board, with my professional recommendation of release dates, stipulations, and advise of any changes to sentencing structure or conduct. * Attend trainings as required or interest to assist in adding more quality to my duties. * Coach new Probation and Parole Officers as the WERDCC Institutional Parole Officer designated new officer coach, and assist them with learning job duties, statutes, and policy. * Prepared interview questionnaires and documents for officers to utilize that assist with easier job flow. * Communicate with offender family members, advocates, sponsors, law enforcement, Parole Board Officials and Court officials. * Counsel offenders as needed due to poor conduct and supervision violations. * Interview and prepare violation reports as offenders are returned to prison, Parole Return Caseload, and make appropriate recommendations to the Parole Board. * Substance Abuse Treatment caseload, interviewed and prepared Court or Board reports to advise of an offenders progression through the Institutional Treatment Program. * Handle Parole Hearing duties as assigned on rotation, leading delegates into the correctional institution safely and securely, and ensure separation of victims if any attends. * Complete all assigned duties within strict time frames and follow State Statutes and the policies of Probation and Parole.
- Probation and Parole Officer II at Missouri Division of Probation and Parole
- Teacher Aide at Substitute
- Foster Care Case Manager at Great Circle
- Children's Services Worker II at Missouri Department of Social Services
4 years, 2 months at this Job
- B.A. - Psychology
A Parole Officer is assigned to a parolee after their release from prison to assist them as they adjust to their transition back into society. They may help with everything from job searches to staying drug-free. It is often up to the Parole Officer to decide if their client needs to return to prison. For this reason, they remain instrumental to the rehabilitation process.
- Parole Officer II at Arkansas Community Correction
- Correctional Officer II at Arkansas Department of Corrections
- Certified Nursing Assistant at Salem Place Nursing and Rehabilitation
- Certified Nursing Assistant at Arbor Oaks Healthcare and Rehabilitation
1 year, 2 months at this Job
- BS - Sociology with criminology concentration, minor in addiction studies
- Associate of Arts
- High School Diploma
195 Freckles Court Johnson City, TN 37601
Hours worked: 37.5+ wk. Probation/Parole Officer III/PSU
• Responsible for entering VASOR and Case Plan Management assessments to determine offenders monitoring status for program. Conducting monthly face to face contact with offenders via home/office visits followed by entering contact notes as required by policy. Supervision of thirty-four (34) adult sex offenders adjudicated to Probation/Parole monitoring/supervision through the Tennessee Department of Correction (TDOC). Completing initial offender intake paperwork, fingerprints and home search. Review rules and regulations with offenders ensuring their understanding and comprehension of responsibilities. Meeting with incarcerated determinant offenders to process and complete all paperwork for release from incarceration into the supervision and monitoring through TDOC. Continued unannounced contraband searching of offenders' living quarters and personal space. Search schedules are based according to level of supervision. Establishing and maintaining healthy rapport and professional boundaries with offenders in the office setting and in the field. Scheduling/monitoring offenders for sex offender treatment, psychosexual analysis, polygraph exams, and routing drug screen. Scheduling initial Strong-R assessments and Strong-R reassessments.
• Generating violation warrants and affidavits on new offenses of offenders. Presenting any new charges and testifying findings of said charges to the Grand Jury for indictment. Presenting pertinent evidence to criminal and sessions open court regarding offenders' trial. Immediate active response to GPS violations in Veritracks. Develop, organize and operate a command post when a search for an absconded offender has been implemented. Initiating/communicating with local law enforcement to actively pursue leads of the whereabouts of the absconder in order to track and apprehend. Investigates reported claims and/or reasonable suspicions of activities which would compromise the safety and security of the offender and the community.
• Independently created informant networks within the Johnson City, Washington, Unicoi and Carter County areas to aid in providing information and locations of absconded offenders.
- Probation/Parole Officer III/PSU at State of Tennessee Probation and Parole
- Correctional Corporal at State of Tennessee Department of Correction
- Correctional Officer at State of Tennessee Department of Correction
- Chief of Security at Spring Street Music Hall
5 years, 4 months at this Job
- Bachelor of Arts - History
Institutional parole Officer II. Completes reports to Courts, Parole Board with recommendations. Work closely with classification staff, custody staff, treatment staff and other departments. Communicate information with Probation and Parole field offices, law enforcement, treatment providers and courts. Member of Treatment Program Review Committee.
- Probation and Parole Officer at MDOC
- Second Class Petty Officer (E-5) at U.S. Navy
- Janitorial part time at EMAA
- Probation and Parole Officer at
28 years, 8 months at this Job
- Associate - Criminal Justice
The successful Probation/Parole Officer demonstrates effective oral and written communication skills; strong problem-solving and organizational skills; ability to use computer software to maintain electronic records and databases; ability to exercise independent judgment; ability to work with and maintain positive professional working relationships with clients, community leaders, law enforcement, and court officials. Must maintain a professional demeanor while working with potentially volatile and assaultive clients and be able to defend self and others if need arises.
- Probation and Parole Officer at NCDPS
- Certified Correctional Officer III at Maury Correctional Institution
- Resident Specialist at Bon Air Juvenile Correctional Center
- Campus Student Security at Voorhees College
1 year, 4 months at this Job
- BS - Criminal justice
Responsibilities I have a caseload of 80 clients. I had to make sure they are complaining to parole and special conditions. Each offender has a set of special conditions they have to follow while on parole. My job was to make sure they were following those rules. I had to conduct office visits at the beginning of the month. I also had to conduct home visits at the end of the month. I had to do reassessments on my offender periodically. Accomplishments Making sure that my clients are following the rules and special conditions of parole. Skills Used I had use time management. I had to use the offender information system and mainframe which is a software use at the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.
- Parole Officer at Marshall District Parole/ Texas Department of Criminal Justice
- Mental Health Technician at Meadow Pines
- Detention Officer/ Supervisor at Harrison County Juvenile Center
at this Job
- BA - Criminal Justice
I currently serve as the Support Conference Officer. I conduct quasi-judicial support proceedings, from which I prepare recommended Court Orders for child and spousal support. The orders are submitted to the Court for approval. When a party to an action challenges a recommendation that I have made, I am called upon to testify in court hearings regarding my recommendations. I previously served as an Adult Criminal Probation/Parole Officer and Child Support Enforcement Officer. In that capacity I conducted Pre-Sentence Investigations and supervised adult criminal offenders and delinquent support payors on probation and parole.
- Probation and Parole Officer at Pike County Court of Common Pleas
- Internal Auditor at Wayne County Bank and Trust Company
22 years, 8 months at this Job
- BS - Accounting
- BS - Finance
- BS - Psychology