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The following are the conditions for probation and parole supervision programs. In addition to the supervision conditions listed below, most offenders are required to comply with special conditions of supervision that relate specifically to their case. Restitution and counseling are examples of commonly imposed special conditions. Emergency Calls Only 1. Standard supervision serves those offenders in the community who are less likely to re-offend and who do not fit the criteria of special programs. Some offenders are placed into standard supervision if they are pending acceptance in special programs.
The following are the conditions of Standard Probation Supervision. These offenders typically include gang members, repeat felons, and violent offenders. Community Corrections Programs primarily serve offenders in the community based on the risk level and the needs of the offender.
These offenders often have greater treatment needs. The Department works together with the behavioral health collaborative to provide the most suitable behavioral health services these offenders. The following are the standard conditions of the Drug Court program. Probation and Parole. Home Miss my individual adult Albuquerque New Mexico c Probation and Parole.
Melanie Martinez Director Office: BoxSanta Fe NM Response Center Emergency Calls Only 1. Download Most Wanted Listings. Standard Probation Supervision Standard supervision serves those offenders in the community who are less likely to re-offend and who do not fit the criteria of special programs. State Laws: I will not violate any of the laws or ordinances of the State of NM, or any other jurisdiction. I shall not endanger the person or property of another. Employment: Unless exempted, I will make every effort to obtain and hold a legitimate job and fulfill all financial obligations required of me including support of my family.
I shall cooperate with my Probation Officer in any effort to assist me in obtaining employment. Weapons: I will not buy, sell, own or have in my possession, at any time, firearms, ammunition, or other deadly weapons. Drugs: I will not buy, sell, consume, possess or distribute any controlled substances except those legally prescribed for my use by a State Certified Medical Doctor. I will also provide urine or breath test specimens for laboratory analysis upon request of the Probation and Parole division.
Transfer: If my probation supervision is transferred to another state, I will abide by any additional supervision conditions required by that state. Alcohol: I shall not possess, use or consume any alcoholic beverages and will not at any time enter what is commonly known as a bar or lounge where alcoholic beverages are served or sold for consumption on the premises.
I will report to my Parole Officer as directed. I will not abscond from parole, as evidenced by my failure to report where I cannot be located, after reasonable efforts, at my place of approved residence and employment. If I am paroled or transferred to the custody of another State, I will abide by the rules in effect in that State, as well as the parole conditions imposed by the New Mexico Adult Parole Board.
I must seek and obtain permission from my Parole Officer before changing residence. I must secure a travel permit from my Parole Officer before any travel out of the county to which I am being supervised. I will demean myself as a law abiding citizen. I will notify and advise my Parole Officer of any arrest within 24 hours felony or misdemeanor. I must maintain acceptable behavior and conduct which shall justify the opportunity granted to me by the New Mexico Adult Parole Board. I will not illegally possess, use, or sell any narcotic drug, controlled or synthetic substance, or drug paraphernalia.
I will not consume or buy intoxicating beverages, nor will I enter what is commonly known as a bar or lounge where intoxicants are sold.
I will submit to substance testing at my Parole Officers discretion. I will not knowingly associate with any person who is a detriment to my parole. I will have no gang contact, attire, or paraphernalia. I will not buy, sell, own or have in my possession, at any time, firearms, ammunition, or other deadly weapons of any kind.
I will seek and maintain verifiable employment, education, or community service if not employed and notify my Parole Officer immediately in the event of termination or change of employment. I will permit my Parole Officer or Corrections Officials to visit me at all reasonable times, places, and will submit to reasonable warrantless searches per New Mexico Corrections Department policy.
I will comply with all conditions and fines imposed by the judgment and sentence, as ordered by the court. This reporting requirement may be altered by the ISP Officer for the benefit of those participants who are employed full-time. Abide by Curfew: I will be at my residence during my deated curfew hours, unless I have written authorization from my Intensive Supervision Officer to be away from my residence during these hours. I understand that this condition may be enforced through the use of electronic monitoring equipment.
I agree to use diligence in the care of this equipment and understand that any tampering with any part of the equipment can result in my immediate arrest. I also agree to immediately contact my supervising Officer if any questions or problems arise about the equipment. Communication: I must have a phone line in working condition within two weeks of being placed on Intensive Supervision, unless waived by my Intensive Supervision Officer. I will maintain a clean, safe and suitable residence.
I will not have anonymous call rejections, voice messaging, nor any other phone service that interferes with my supervision.
Travel is limited to a mile range from my county of residence and no overnight travel is permitted while under Intensive Supervision. Community Service: I will perform a total of thirty, 30 community service hours while I am under Intensive Supervision. A minimum of ten, 10 hours will be completed during each phase. Alcohol Use: I will not buy, possess or consume intoxicating beverages at any time and will not at any time enter a bar or lounge where alcoholic beverages are served or sold for consumption on the premises. There will be no alcohol at my residence.
I will be prepared to submit such specimen each time that I report. Search: I will submit to a warrant-less search of my person, residence and personal belongings, including the automobile I am driving, by the Intensive Supervision Officer upon request. Forbidden Association: I will not associate with any person whom my Intensive Supervision Officer has forbidden me to. I will notify my Supervising Officer within 24 hours of any missed sessions Obey P. Community Corrections Programs Community Corrections Programs primarily serve offenders in the community based on the risk level and the needs of the offender.
PROG LENGTH C: I understand that the program will assess immediate sanctions for any occasion of non-compliance which may include but not be limited to: Electronic Monitoring, curfews, phone check-ins, additional community service, additional treatment sessions or support group meetings, additional office visits, house arrest, jail time. Offender will be required to provide verification of work or school attendance.
Any unexcused absence will be considered non-compliance. If the disagreement or problem does not immediately affect my residence then I will report any occurrence within 48 hours. Phase requirements will include reporting requirements, drug testing requirements, treatment requirements, community service requirements and may include additional program requirements such as curfews and electronic monitoring.
REPORTING B: I understand that the initial phase of programming will be the most restrictive and that as I meet program requirements and remain in compliance I will transition to less restrictive phases of programming until completion. Any unexcused missed reporting contact will be considered non-compliance. I will complete a minimum of four, 4, hours of community service per month if employed full-time or enrolled in school full-time or any combination of the two.
Offenders shall complete a minimum of ten, 10, hours of community service per month if employed part-time, enrolled in school part-time or unemployed. Conduct: I will not violate any of the laws or ordinances of the State of New Mexico or of any other jurisdiction, and I will not endanger the person or property of another.
Permission: I will get permission from my Probation Officer and the Judge when applicable before: Leaving the county where I live; Changing jobs; Changing residence. Association: I will not associate with any person having a criminal record. This condition may be changed in writing by the Probation Officer for any necessary reason that the Probation Officer considers appropriate.
Following Orders: I will follow all orders and instructions of my Probation Officer, and I will promptly reply to any correspondence that I may receive from the Probation Office. Weapons: I will not have in my possession, any firearms or deadly weapons. Arrest: I will report any arrest or charge to my Probation Officer within 72 hours of the incident.
Further, I will report any contacts made with law enforcement for any reason. Alcohol: I will not possess or consume any alcoholic beverages nor will I enter any liquor establishments. Region I. Region II. Region II Special Programs. Community Corrections. Region III. Region IV. Interstate Compact. Offenders asking about their money not applying to their COPS.
Offenders must contact their parole officer. A parent or relative calls in asking about when the offender is getting released. Family members of the offender asks who is going to be the Parole Officer. They must contact the specific Region Officer Manager. The New Mexico Corrections Department often has positions for legal, financial and administrative professionals. This includes attorneys, ants, behavioral health therapists, information technology personnel, human resource analysts, purchasing agents, detectives and criminal investigators, educators and administration and clerical personnel.
Many of these classifications are required at offices or institutions throughout the state. All applicants offered employment must undergo a security background check. View on Google Maps. For Staff. Human Resources. Share - HR.Miss my individual adult Albuquerque New Mexico c
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