Sex Offender Management

The Bureau of Probation and Parole currently supervises 1,250 felony sex offenders throughout the state of Idaho. These offenders have been convicted of various felony sex offenses and are under supervision with an assigned probation and parole officer or sex offender unit team.  The majority of sex offenders are supervised by these sex offender unit teams consisting of two or more probation and parole officers specifically trained in the monitoring of sex offenders and the unique issues with regard to this population.The Idaho Department of Correction also uses specific policy and procedure for the Bureau of Probation and Parole to monitor compliance and rehabilitative efforts of all supervised sex offenders.

Community Sex Offender Information

IDOC Sex Offender Information

Idaho Department of Correction Policies Regarding Sex Offender Supervision

SOP 701.04.02.006, Sex Offenders: Supervision and Classification, provides the necessary guidelines and objectives for sex offender probation and parole officers to follow with regard to supervision of sex offenders.  This policy instills guidelines and supervision procedures regarding sex offender intake, assessment, determination of supervisory level, case planning with treatment requirements, monitoring and compliance tools, sanctions and interventions, travel, housing, chaperones and activities.

Professional Organizations

Center for Sex Offender Management (CSOM)

Association for Treatment of Sexual Abusers (ATSA)

S.M.A.R.T. Offices

Department of Justice

Duties

Sex offenders on probation or parole, living in our neighborhoods and working in our local businesses, present a unique risk to our communities.  Probation and parole officers are required to assess the individual risks of sex offenders and monitor their progress in treatment and their compliance to the rules of supervision.  Officers are required to work closely with treatment providers, verify residence and employment, conduct curfew checks, investigate alleged violations, enforce the collection of cost of supervision and restitution payments, and report the sex offender's progress and behaviors to the court or Commission of Pardons and Parole.

Related Links                                                                      

Idaho State Police Sex Offender Registry                              

Sex Offender Management Board