Parole Officer Resume Format

By | January 19, 2011

Parole Officers help reintegrate felons and convicted criminals who have been paroled into the societal fabric in a most productive way, while recommending more prison time for those who violate parole regulations.  Paroled offenders are technically serving their sentences but are released by the Parole Board for a number of reasons like good behavior.  The Parole Officer now has the responsibility to prove that the offender deserves to be paroled.

Parole Officer Resume Format

Raul D.J. Chan

Porter Ave., Buffalo, NY

Phone: (718) 243-3543

rdj_chan@ycmail.com

Objective

To become a parole officer in a large metropolis on the west coast with a large Chinese community.

Summary of Qualifications

  • About 11 years of experience in the law enforcement service with the last 6 years as a parole officer
  • Excellent written communication skills in English and Chinese

Career Experience / Job History

2006 – Present:  Parole Officer,  Department of Correctional Services, NYS

  • Recommend candidates to the Parole Board with justifications
  • Stipulate parole conditions to the parolee.
  • Assist parolee in adjusting to normal social life.
  • Monitor parolee’s living arrangements, personal conduct and social behavior.
  • Document parolee’s progress or non-progress.
  • Recommend parole cancellation and assist in the re-arrest of the parolee

1999 – 2006:  Police Detective,  NYPD

  • Conduct investigation on homicide and murder cases.
  • Apprehend suspects on the strength of evidence and recommend case filing with the prosecutor’s office.

Achievements

Received commendations from the Department every year since 2007 for successful parole work with a high 95% rate of paroled offenders getting integrated back to society

Education

1999 – 2001:  Passed the New York Police Academy

1996 – 1999:  Diploma in High School, Fourth District High, NY

Professional and Character References

Can be furnished upon request