New Jersey State Parole Board

New Jersey State Parole Board

Overview

The New Jersey State Parole Board is committed to promoting public safety, utilizing effective methods to aid supervised offenders in reentering society, and in reducing state’s recidivism of offenders while addressing the needs of crime victims.

As required by law, appointed parole board members and staff conduct approximately 13,500 hearings per year, solicit input from victims, and decide upon parole matters. Nearly 400 sworn parole officers supervise more than 15,500 offenders and act as New Jersey’s primary law enforcement agency responsible for sex offender supervision.

Additionally, Parole officers are also active partners with a variety of federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies and task forces. Finally, the agency’s Division of Community Programs partners with government, non-profit, and private agencies to connect former inmates with vocational, mental health, addiction services, and related services.

Last Updated: 10/22/2020

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