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CORRECTIONS AND REHABILITATION, PAROLES

Title:  PAROLE AGENT II, ADULT PAROLE (SPECIALIST)
Salary: $6,686.00 - $8,527.00
Posted: 10/12/2010

Job Description:
Under the direction of a Parole Agent III, the Parole Agent II (Electronic Monitoring Specialist) performs a variety of peace officer duties in accomplishing the Division of Adult Parole Operations (DAPO), statewide Electronic In-Home Detention (EID) and Global Positioning System (GPS) program(s) goals.

The general duties involved are as follows:

35% Participate in the application of electronic equipment (EID and GPS) on parolees and enforce compliance to EID/GPS special conditions of parole; assist unit supervisors in the removal of EID/GPS equipment from parolees. Removal may occur in a parole unit, parolee residence and local jail. Review parole field files to verify parolee location, status, and residence of record. Responsible for the distribution, maintenance/replacement and tracking of all electronic monitoring equipment assigned to the regions, parole districts and units. On a regular and weekly frequent basis, travel (overnight) to parole units throughout the respective parole region to assist local law enforcement and filed parole agents in conducting field contact on parolees under GPS supervision. Provide training to field parole agents and law enforcement.

30% Ensure region compliance to EID/GPS policies, procedures, and adherence to contractual agreement between the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) and the contract vendor(s). Track and evaluate region equipment needs based on area utilization. Utilize DAPO computerized databases, software systems, and enter utilization evaluation data into a DAPO database. Respond to telephone or e-mail inquires from field agents, unit supervisors, and district administrators, and contract venders regarding the EID/GPS program. Provide cumulative EID/GPS monthly usage reports for the region to DAPO headquarters. Assist field parole agents in responding to alert notifications, investigating non-compliance alert notifications, arrests, and the transportation of parolees who are in custody.

25% Approve EID/GPS vendor billings of monitoring equipment use and submit to DAPO headquarters payment authorization. Track and maintain regional out of area transfers of electronic monitoring equipment. Assist the vendor and act as the lead trainer in training region DAPO parole agent staff in the installation, use, tracking, care and maintenance of electronic monitoring equipment for EID/GPS parolee-participants. Develop methods to enhance EID/GPS programming; identify problems and recommend procedural changes. Liaison with and assist local law enforcement and High Risk Sex Offender Parole Agents in the identification, investigation, and apprehension of parolees with pending violations involving non-compliance of electronic monitoring special conditions of parole.

10% Utilize an assigned state vehicle to assist field parole agents responding to GPS alert notifications and the transportation of parolees who are in custody. Attend mandatory training and perform other parole agent duties as assigned.

Description of Job Duties:

Parole Agent II (Specialist), Adult Parole (1 Position)

Under the general supervision of a Parole Agent III, the incumbent performs a variety of journeyman level peace officer duties in accomplishing the Division of Adult Parole Operation’s (DAPO), statewide Electronic In-Home Detention (EID) and Global Positioning System (GPS) program(s) goals. As the Regional EID/GPS Coordinator, the incumbent is responsible to oversee and monitor the inventory, distribution, and tracking of all EID/GPS equipment assigned to each parole region; assist in the application of EID/GPS equipment, assist in retrieving equipment; assist in the responding to alert notifications; assist local law enforcement agencies and field parole agents in the apprehension and arrest of parolees; utilize DAPO computerized databases, software systems, and field files to verify parolee location, status and residence of record, be the lead trainer in the installation, use, tracking, care and maintenance of electronic monitoring equipment for EID/GPS parolee-participants; ensure compliance with and develop policy and procedures relating to electronic monitoring. The Region Electronic Monitoring Parole Agent II will be the Regional Subject Matter Expert in EID/GPS issues, and be the primary trainer for EID/GPS. Extensive computer use is required. Lateral transfers and list appointments will be considered and only the most qualified candidates will be interviewed. Extensive weekly travel (overnight) to parole units throughout the respective parole region is required. The position is located in San Diego County.

Contact Dan Stone at (916) 327-5274

LIMITED TERM MAY BECOME PERMANENT

ALL HIRES ARE SUBJECT TO HIRING FREEZE AND/OR BUDGET APPROVAL

Additional Information:

Working Title Position Number
PAROLE AGENT II 061 - 463 - 9762 - 100
Location County
Region IV/RIVERSIDE RIVERSIDE
Timebase Tenure
Full Time Limited Term  12 month(s)
Final Filing Date: Department Link:
10/27/2010 None Specified
Contact Unit/Address Contact Name/Phone
REGION IV/RIVERSIDE GPS
1777 ATLANTA AVE STE G3
RIVERSIDE, CA 92507
PATTY MARKER
(909) 468-2300 X 320


Special Requirements:
THIS IS A GPS UNIT.

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