Parole Services is the oversight division for the parolees under supervision of the Department of Corrections. Parole Services consists of the Parole Agents, supervisors and support staff who are responsible for monitoring the day-to-day activities of the parolee. Parole Agents conduct investigations; assist with parole revocation hearings and assist in finding necessary community services where available.
The mission of Parole Services is to promote community safety through effective supervision of offenders released to the community, to grant and establish conditions of release, to manage violations and consider applications for clemency within a framework of community safety achieved through recidivism reduction.
A supervision level is assigned to each parolee in accordance with individual paroleesâ€™ needs, risk factors, and their potential threat to the community, as determined by a Community Risk Assessment/Re-Assessment instrument.