District Parole Officer
District Parole Officers supervise offenders who have been released on parole or mandatory supervision to complete their sentences while living in Texas communities. Their mission is to promote public safety and positive offender change through effective supervision, programs and services. They obtain information and prepare documentation related to offenders and parole supervision activities. They spend a lot of time in the community, verifying employment and residential plans of offenders, conducting parole investigations, and liaison activities with criminal justice agencies, social services agencies, and other public and private entities. View job description.
District Parole Officers are organized into five regions, with regional offices located in San Antonio, Lubbock, Houston, Dallas and Tyler. There are a total of 67 Parole offices located through out the state.
District Parole Officers benefit from the following:
- A comprehensive six-week training at the Parole Officer Training Academy conducted at the TDCJ facility in Austin
- Work-related training seminars and conferences
- Hazardous duty pay based on years of services
Annual salary adjustments and career path advancement based upon satisfactory months of consecutive service and job performance.
To apply for a District Parole Officer position, applicants can apply online,
submit the State of Texas Application for Employment, TDCJ Employment Application Supplement, Parole Officer Statement of Availability and required documents to the following address:
Parole Central Human Resources Office
2 Financial Plaza, Ste. 600
Huntsville, TX 77340
Phone: (936) 437-4124
Fax: (936) 437-3119
A pool of applications for these positions is maintained in the Parole Central Human Resources Office. Application forms may be obtained by selecting Download Application. When a vacancy occurs, applicants from the pool are selected for interview.
View Parole Officer Salary schedule and Eligibility Criteria.
Page updated: 03/02/2021