Probation / Parole Officer CV Template

Parole Officers help support convicts and felons who have been paroled reintegrate back into the mainstream society productively while protecting society and ensuring they do so in accordance with parole conditions and regulations.  It’s not always successfully and Parole Officers can also revoke the parole of those who fail to do so.  Paroled convicts technically remain prisoners serving their sentences but have been granted freedom by the Parole Board for reasons like good behavior.  It is now the responsibility of the Parole Officer to prove that the paroled offender deserves it.

Sample Probation / Parole Officer CV Template

Raul D.J. Chan

Porter Ave., Buffalo, NY

Phone: (718) 243-3543


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

Professional Experience

2006 – Present:  Parole Officer,  Parole Board for England and Wales, NYS

  • Interview parole candidates and recommend those who pass the screening to the Parole Board and the court with justifications
  • Conduct meetings with affected local and community leaders, social services, housing agencies, family members and crime victims to help assist reintegration
  • Regularly update court and parole board on the progress of the parolee’s progress
  • Recommend parole cancellation and assist in the re-arrest of the parolee

1998 – 2006:  Police Detective,  Metropolitan Police Service

  • Conduct investigation on criminal cases assigned by the Police Chief
  • Apprehend suspects in accordance with legal procedures


  • Excellent social and interpersonal skills
  • Excellent written communication skills in English



Received commendations from the Parole Board in 2009 for a high 95% success rate of paroled offenders integrated back to society



1997:  Black Belt in Karate, Wakefield Martial Arts School

1995 – 1998:  Diploma in High School, Wakefield City High School, Wakefield


To be furnished upon request