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Parole Orders

Offenders released to parole supervision are subject to conditions imposed by the State Parole Authority or other releasing bodies. Conditions may include counselling for drug or alcohol abuse, a requirement to attend for psychiatric treatment or groupwork programs or residential restrictions. Failure to abide by the conditions is reported to the releasing authority and may result in revocation of the parole order and return to gaol.

Community Corrections Officers are responsible for monitoring compliance with conditions of parole and, as with those subject to probation supervision, a case management plan is implemented which aims to address the offending behaviour and reduce the potential for reoffending.

How Community Corrections manages parolees in the community