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Probation, Parole and Interstate Compact


Overview

Probation and Parole is the unit of the DOC responsible for the supervision of offenders sentenced by the court to suspended and deferred probationary sentences, offenders released from incarceration to parole, offenders released to Global Position Satellite Monitoring and Electronic Monitoring for DUI offenders, and offenders residing in Oklahoma who were sentenced in other states. The unit is responsible for investigations ordered by the courts, the Pardon and Parole Board or the Department. These investigations include, but are not limited to, pre-sentence, Interstate Compact, and pre-pardon.

The Division of Probation and Parole employs Evidence Based Practices (EBP) in the supervision of offenders. EBP supervision is designed with theory, research, public policy, and practice; all supportive of each other, leading to measurable supervision outcomes.

Probation and Parole Office Locator Map

Below is the interactive map showing all probation and parole office locations.

MAP TIPS: On the map below you can zoom in to see sub offices that may be close to each other, click each sub office key information, filter by type of sub office using the slide-out bar (top left icon), and enlarge the map to full screen viewing (top right icon).

Logo for Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision

Interstate Compact

The Interstate Compact Agreement provides the sole statutory authority for regulating the transfer of adult parole and probation supervision across state lines.  All fifty (50) states, The District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Virgin Islands are signatory to the compact.

The purpose of the compact is to enhance the public safety by addressing the supervision requirement of member states and territories when they are directed to provide supervision for offenders whose residences and family resources exist outside their political boundaries.

Visit the Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision website.


Pardon and Parole Board

The Pardon and Parole Board establishes criteria to determine the eligibility of inmates for clemency consideration. The Department of Corrections assists the Board in the clemency process by providing access to offender records.

  • Performs liaison functions with the Pardon and Parole Board regarding the clemency process.
  • Provides assistance and information to staff, general public, and other state agencies.

Visit the Pardon and Parole Board website.