Title: PAROLE AGENT I ADULT PAROLE Salary: $5,033.00 - $7,083.00 Posted: 11/17/2010
Under the direction of a Parole Agent III, Electronic Monitoring Unit (EMU), the Parole Agent I, performs a variety of parole casework duties in accomplishing the Division of Adult Parole Operations (DAPO) statewide Sex Offender Management and Global Positioning Systems (GPS) programs. The general duties involved are as follows:Participate as a member of a California Department of Justice (DOJ), Bureau of Investigations, Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement (SAFE) Task Force; Work in conjunction with other Task Force personnel to effectively enforce the sex crimes and sexual exploitation laws of the State of California as expressed in the California Penal Code, and any applicable federal laws relating to sex crimes and sexual exploitation; Take direct operational supervision from the SAFE Team Task Force Commander; Adhere to all policies and procedures of the DOJ SAFE Task Force; Conduct surveillance and criminal investigations on identified sex offenders, Provide liaison and casework services between parole agents and SAFE task force members for parolees selected to participate in GPS programs; Conduct parolee searches, arrests, transports, undercover operations, surveillance and investigations of sex offenders; Work with state, federal or local law enforcement agencies to prepare investigative reports, and handle evidence; Extensive travel to other parole regions through the state maybe required.Participate in the application of electronic equipment (Global Positioning System) on parolees and enforce compliance to GPS special conditions of parole; Assist field parole agents in responding to alert notifications, investigating non-compliance alert notifications, arrests, and the transportation of parolees who are in custody.Attend training on sex offender supervision methods and the use of GPS as a parole supervision tool. Utilize DAPO computerized databases and software systems. Work with EMU Parole Staff to develop methods to enhance GPS supervision methods; coordinate parolee sweeps and apprehend wanted parolees.
Utilize an assigned state vehicle to assist field parole agents and SAFE Team members responding to GPS alert notifications; Attend mandatory training and perform other parole agent duties as assigned; Provide briefing documents to parole management; attend monthly meetings.Description of Job Duties:Parole Agent I, Adult Parole (1 Position)
Under the supervision of a Parole Agent III, Division Electronic Monitoring Unit, the incumbent performs a variety of journeyman level peace officer duties in accomplishing the Division of Adult Parole Operation’s (DAPO) statewide Global Positioning System (GPS) program and Sex Offender Management Program. The incumbent will participate as a full-time member of a California Department of Justice (DOJ), Bureau of Investigations, Sexual Assault Felony Enforcement (SAFE) Task Force (San Diego County) and effectively enforce the sex crimes and sexual exploitation laws of the State of California. The position requires extensive knowledge and understanding of the use of GPS technology as a parole supervision tool. Extensive computer use is required. Weekly travel (overnight) to parole units throughout the state may be required. Applicants must currently work in a DAPO Parole Agent I position and have completed the apprenticeship program. Only lateral transfers will be considered and only the most qualified candidates will be interviewed. The position is a three-year rotational assignment position. The position is located in San Diego.
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Parole Agent I
061 - 097 - 9765 - 203
3502 Kutz Street San Diego
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Electronic Monitoring Unit (SAFE) 1515 S Street, Room 212-N Sacramento, CA 95811
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