Visits offender residences, jails, correctional facilities, courthouses, social services, and other agencies to obtain offender information; interviews, counsels, and trains offenders concerning reintegration skills to include life and cognitive skills and ABE/GED training; and evaluates offender adjustment and recommends revisions to parole supervision plans.
- Coordinates with facilities, agencies, and the community to prepare and facilitate implementation of an informed plan of supervision.
- Compiles information, prepares social and developmental histories, documents offender supervision activities and maintains required records; prepares evaluations, recommendations, and other related reports to include data entry, retrieval, and data searches; and provides technical assistance.
- Conducts activities to monitor offender compliance with the conditions of supervision to include alcohol and drug testing.
- Responds to inquiries from offenders and the public in person, telephonically, and in writing.
- Performs criminal information searches and retrieval using [company name] of Public Safety criminal history system access.