The average pay for a Parole Officer is $61,045 a year and $29 an hour in Nevada, United States.
The average salary range for a Parole Officer is between $44,279 and $74,957.
On average, a Bachelor's Degree is the highest level of education for a Parole Officer.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Nevada, United States.
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Counsels juvenile or adult offenders in activities related to legal conditions of probation or parole: confers with offender, legal representatives, family, and other concerned persons, and reviews documents pertaining to legal and social history of offender to conduct prehearing or presentencing investigations and to formulate rehabilitation plan.
Compiles reports, testifies in court, and makes recommendations concerning conditional release or institutionalization of offender.
Informs offender or guardian of legal requirements of conditional release, such as visits to office, restitution payments, or educational and employment stipulations.
Counsels offender and family or guardian, helps offender to secure education and employment, arranges custodial care, and refers offender to social resources of community to aid in rehabilitation.
Evaluates offender's progress on follow-up basis including visits to home, school, and place of employment.
Secures remedial action by court if necessary.
May be employed by correctional institution, parole board, courts system, or separate agency serving court.
May specialize in working with either juvenile or adult offenders.
May specialize in working with offenders on probation and be designated probation officer.
May specialize in working with offenders on parole and be designated parole officer.
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Parole Officer Job Listings for Nevada, United States
PAROLE & PROBATION SPECIALIST 3
Reno, United States
State of Nevada
Parole & Probation Specialists perform technical duties in administrative functions and units, which do not require peace officer status. Duties include casework services, investigations, tracking ...