Probation and parole officers play an important role in helping to ensure public safety by managing offenders sentenced to serve their sentences in the community.
Because probation and parole officers play an important role in protecting public safety, the ministry strives to attract and recruit candidates of the highest calibre. Candidates wishing to be considered must:
Once hired, new probation and parole officers must successfully complete a comprehensive basic training program that builds on the empirical research and principles of effective correctional intervention and programming. They are given ongoing training in subjects that will help them perform their duties in a professional and effective manner.
To apply for probation and parole officer opportunities,