The Bureau of Probation and Parole has a number of offender resources that the probation and parole officer may access for them. This page contains forms needed for supervision purposes and additional site information that can be useful when an offender is attempting to comply with supervision requirements. All offenders have a responsibility to comply with supervision agreements and court or parole orders. Offenders must pay cost of supervision, attend all programming and treatment, and work at their rehabilitation in the community. The probation and parole officer has a responsibility to protect the community and assist the offender in rehabilitation while providing guidance in a pro-social manner.