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GENERAL CONDITIONS OF PAROLE

s 2512. General Conditions of Parole.

(a) The parole conditions are not a contract but are the specific rules governing all parolees whether or not the parolee has signed the form containing the parole conditions. A violation of any of these conditions of parole may result in the revocation of parole and the parolee's return to prison. The general conditions of parole shall read as follows:

"(1) Special conditions. Any special condition imposed by the department or the board.

(2) Release, Reporting, Residence and Travel. Unless other arrangements are approved in writing, you will report to your parole agent within 24 hours or the next working day if released on the day before a holiday or weekend. Your residence and any change of residence shall be reported to your parole agent in advance. You will inform your parole agent within 72 hours of any change of employment location, employer or termination of employment.

(3) Parole Agent Instructions. You shall comply with all instructions of your parole agent and will not travel more than 50 miles from your residence without his/her prior approval. You will not be absent from your county of residence for a period of more than 48 hours and not leave the State of California without prior written approval of your parole agent.

(4) Criminal Conduct. You shall not engage in criminal conduct. You shall immediately inform your parole agent if you are arrested for a felony or misdemeanor under federal, state, or county law.

(5) Weapons. You shall not own, use, have access to, or have under your control: (a) any type of firearm or instrument or device which a reasonable person would believe to be capable of being used as a firearm or any ammunition which could be used in a firearm; (b) any weapon as defined in state or federal statutes or listed in California Penal Code Section 12020 or any instrument or device which a reasonable person would believe to be capable of being used as a weapon; or (c) any knife with a blade longer than two inches, except kitchen knives which must be kept in your residence and knives related to your employment which may be used and carried only in connection with your employment; or (d) a crossbow of any kind.

(6) You shall sign the parole agreement containing the conditions of parole specified in this section and any special conditions imposed as specified in section 2513."



Additional Conditions:

1. Release. This parole is subject to the following notice and conditions. Should you violate any conditions of this parole, you are subject to arrest and the board may modify, suspend, or revoke your parole and/or order your return to custody. You have read or have had read to you these conditions of parole and you fully understand them. Whenever any problems arise or you do not understand what is expected of you, talk to your parole agent.

2. Extradition. You waive extradition to the State of California from any State or Territory of the United States, or from the District of Columbia. You will not contest any effort to return you to the State of California.

3. Psychiatric Returns. If the board determines that you suffer from a mental disorder which substantially impairs your ability to maintain yourself in the community or which makes you a danger to yourself or others, the board may order your placement in a community treatment facility or state prison, if necessary for treatment. The board may revoke your parole and order you returned to prison for psychiatric treatment if the necessary treatment cannot be provided in the community.

4. Search. You and your residence and any property under your control may be searched without a warrant at any time by any agent of the Department of Corrections or any law enforcement officer.

5. Detainer. If another jurisdiction has lodged a detainer against you, you may be released to the custody of that jurisdiction. Should you be released from their custody prior to the expiration of your California parole, or should the detainer not be exercised, you are to immediately contact the nearest Department of Corrections' Parole and Community Services Division Office for instructions concerning reporting to a parole agent.

6. Residence. The establishment and maintenance of a residence upon release from prison is critical to the successful reintegration of a parolee into society and is in the interest of the public.

7. Certificate of Rehabilitation. You have been informed and have received in writing the procedure for obtaining a Certificate of Rehabilitation.



Weapons
  • You are not to be around firearms, items that look like real firearms, bullets, or any weapons. You may not possess a knife with a blade longer than two inches. Kitchen knives must be kept in your kitchen and not hidden, for example, in your bedroom. Knives used for work are also permitted but can only be in your possession while you are at work or enroute to and from the job. If you live or work where firearms, simulated firearms, bullets, weapons, crossbows, or unauthorized knives are kept, you may be returned to custody for up to one year without good or work time credits. You shall not own, use, or have access to a weapon listed in Penal Code (PC) Section 12020.
Some weapons listed under Penal Code Section 12020 are:
  • Cane gun or wallet gun.
  • Any simulated firearm that a reasonable person would believe to be a firearm.
  • Ammunition containing explosives or a flechette dart.
  • Blackjack, slingshot, billy, nunchaku, or sandclub, sandbag, sawed-off shotgun, and metal knuckles.
  • Explosives of any kind.
Examples of knives related to employment would be:
  • Carpet knife for a carpet layer.
  • Knives used in agricultural field work.
With your parole agent's written approval, knives used in employment may be carried only while being used at work or to and from the job. It is illegal to carry them at any other time. For more information, ask your parole agent to discuss Penal Code Section 12020 with you. You must sign the conditions of parole. Failure to do so can result in the revocation of your parole.



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Prior to being released if an inmate will have restrictions of parole they will need to sign this forum prior to the release date. The form is called CDC 1515 – Addendum (rev 2/06). This form is approximately 5 pages, each section has different rules. It is up to the parole agent to mark which conditions the parolee will need to follow. This form is filled out based on the parolee’s history. If a parolee is requesting a transfer the region in which the parolee last resided near will set the parole conditions and send them over to the transferring region once they have been signed by the parolee.


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You shall comply with all the following conditions while you are on parole. You shall have prior written or verbal approval from your assigned parole agent or DAPO for any exceptions.

Substance Abuse:
  • You shall participate in anti-narcotic testing in accordance with instructions from your parole officer.
  • You shall totally abstain from the use or possession of any alcoholic beverages, liquors, or self prescribed medications that contain alcohol.
  • You shall participate and complete a residential/outpatient drug treatment program as directed by your parole agent.
  • You shall not enter a business whose primary purpose is to sell or serve alcoholic beverages.
Treatment:
    • You shall attend Parole Outpatient Clinic (POC) for an initial evaluation and remain in that program as directed by you POC clinician and parole agent..
    • You shall actively participate in any programs specific to your criminal offense history or behavior, as directed by your parole agent.
    • You shall participate in a psychiatric treatment program as approved by your parole agent.
    • You shall actively participate in any programs specific to the high risk sex offender/ high control/ sexual habitual offender/ sexually violent predator program as directed by DAPO.
    • You must submit to any psychological or physiological assessment to assist in treatment planning and/or parole supervision due to CCCMS or EOP status.
Contact with Minors:

1. You shall not initiate, establish or maintain contact with anyone under the age of 18. “No contact” means exactly that. No contact in any form, whether direct or indirect. Personally by telephone. Letter, electronic, computer, or through another person
2. You shall not have contact with females between the ages of 14 – 18 years. No contact in any form, whether direct or indirect. Personally by telephone, letter, electronic, computer, or through another person
3. You must immediately inform your parole agent of any contact with a minor whether accidental or not.
4. You shall not be within 100 yards of the perimeter of places where children congregate (day cares, schools, parks playgrounds, video arcades, swimming pools, etc).


Relationships:
1. You shall not date, socialize or form a romantic interest or sexual relationship with any who has physical custody of a minor.
2. You shall not form a romantic or sexual relationship with any person without prior approval.
3. You shall not form a romantic or sexual relationship with a female under the age of 18.
4. You shall inform all persons with whom you have a significant relationship/association about your criminal history.
5. You shall inform all persons with whom you have a sexual or romantic relationship, that you have been diagnosed as having a deadly communicable disease.

Victim(s):
1 You shall not enter the premises, travel past or loiter near where your victim frequents, resides, is employed or attends classes.
2 You shall not contact your crimes victims(s), their families or friends. This includes contact in person, by telephone, mail, electronic computer or through another person.
3 You shall not contact, or cause to be contact (victims names is here) in any manner (in person. By phone, by mail, electronic computer or through another person.

Association:
1. You shall not have contact by any means, with known sex offenders
2. You shall not associate with any alcohol or drug users.
3. You shall not correspond with inmate or other parolees without written permission from your parole agent as defined in CA Code of Regulation, Title 15, Section 3140.
4. You shall not have contact with co-defendants or other arrestees or suspects of your offense.

Travel:
1. You shall not travel more then 25 miles from your residence of record.
2. You shall not travel to or through the city/town of (name of city or town here).
3. You shall not travel through (name of county here) county.
4. You shall maintain and have in your possession, a travel log which shall include time of departure, arrival, destination, mileage, route traveled, with whom, etc.
5. You shall not travel during the hours of (time is listed here).
6. You shall not enter, travel past or loiter near areas of sexual or pornographic activity such as adult bookstores, massage parlors, topless bars, sex shops, etc.
7. You shall not drive a motor vehicle alone with females.
8. You shall not operate a motor vehicle (car, motorcycle, truck , etc).
9. You shall notify your parole agent in advance of operating any motor vehicle, giving the make, model, year, color, and license plate.
10. You shall not operate a motor vehicle without a valid drivers license.

Employment:

1. Employment is to be approved by your parole agent.
2. You shall not obtain employment that allows you to enter a personal residence.
3. You shall maintain full-time employment or attend school as approved by your assigned parole agent.
4. Prior to starting any volunteer work, it must be approved by DAPO.

Residence:
1. You shall not reside in neighborhoods where large numbers of children
reside.
2. You shall not reside in an apartment complex where children reside.
3. You shall not reside in a residence where minor children also reside.
4. You shall observe a (time) PM to (time) AM curfew and remain within your approved residence except with prior written permission of your parole agent; the written permission must be in your personal possession to be valid.
5. You shall not reside near parks, schools, playgrounds, etc.
6. You are prohibited from residing in a residence with any person also requires to register pursuant to PC section 290, unless they are legally related to you by blood, marriage, or adoption. This does not include treatment programs or board and/or care facilities.
7. You shall maintain a residence or street dwelling as approved by DAPO.
8. You are prohibited from residing within one-half mile of any school that contains grade kindergarten through six grade, without Field Administrator Approval (if your commitment offense is Penal Code Section 288(A) or 288.5).

Possession:
1. You shall not purchase, possess, or have access to any sexually explicit pictures, magazines, videotapes, or movies.
2. You shall not view, purchase, or possess video tapes, films or magazines depicting individuals (minors or adults) engaged in sexual activity or actors engaged in sexual activity and representing themselves to be under the age of 18.
3. You shall not view, possess or have access to videotapes, films, magazines or photographs depicting any type of sexual activity or sexual oriented material.
4. You shall not have access to handcuffs, restraint equipment, or other items that could be used for restraint, control or confinement.
5. You shall not possess handcuffs or handcuff keys.
6. You shall not possess or have access to children’s clothing, toys, or games or other similar material related to children’s interests.
7. You shall not possess or view any material that can be considered obscene.
8. You shall not possess or have access to any household pets or animals.
9. You shall not possess or have access to cameras, video cameras, or photography equipment of any kind.
10. You shall not use, possess, or have access to any electronic or computer equipment that is attached to a modem or telephone device.
11. You shall not use a computer to communicate with other users, or obtain pornographic materials or information.
12. Unless you possess a valid CA Driver’s license, you shall obtain a valid CA Identification card.
13. You shall not possess law enforcement identification, insignia, badges, uniforms, or others items identified as law enforcement.
14. You shall not use, possess or have access to surveillance equipment, police radio, or other telecommunication devices which monitor police radio transmission.
15. You shall not possess or have access to electronic pagers, radio scanners, cellular or mobile telephones.
16. You shall not possess any type of body armor or bullet proof vests.
17. You shall not wear, possess, or purchase costumes, masks, or other identity concealing items.
18. You shall not have access to a post office box, storage facility or locker.
19. You shall not possess or have access to credit cards, check or money orders.
20. You shall not possess or have access to latex, surgical or any other type of gloves.
21. You shall have your updated penal code 290 registration verification with you at all times. You must present it during any contact or interaction with any law enforcement officer.

Gang:
1. No Gang participation as defined in CCR, Title 15, Section 2513(e), Gang Participation.
2. You are not to contact or associate with any person you know or reasonably should have known to be a gang members or associates (PC 182.5 & 186.22).
3. You are not to wear, or have in your possession, clothing/apparel with colors you know or should have known to be affiliated with a gang.
4. You are not to be in the vicinity of (name here), a known place of gang activity/loitering/congregating, without your parole agent’s authorization.
5. You are not to possess items such as photographs, written material, publications, jewelry, or any other items depicting/describing activity/association you know or should have known to be gang related.

Domestic Violence:
1. You shall successfully complete a domestic violence/batter’s program as outlined in penal code section 1203.097.
2. You shall not threaten, stalk, sexually abuse, harass, or commit further violent acts against the victim(s).
3. You shall not come within 100 yards of the victims or victim(s) residence or workplace.
4. You shall not have personal, telephone, media, or written communication with the victim(s).

Other:
1. You shall not answer or place any type of classified personal advertisement.
2. You shall not use or access any sexually oriented telephone numbers (e.g. 800,900, etc).
3. You shall not hitchhike or pick up hitchhikers.
4. You shall participate in electronic monitoring as directed by DAPO.
5. You shall not use any fictitious names or attempt to change your name.
6. You shall notify your parole agent in advance, if you plan to spend the night away from your address of record, giving the name , address and telephone number of where you will be spending the night.
7. You shall not use any public shower facility, join any health club, physical fitness training facility or sports clubs that allow minors.
8. You shall be responsible for your appearance at all times, including the wearing of appropriate clothing.
9. You shall notify your parole agent with in 24 hours of any contact with law enforcement contact (traffic stop, ID check, suspect, witness, etc).


Reasons for Special Conditions of Parole

1. History of Drug Abuse
2. History of Alcohol use/Abuse
3. Related/nature of commitment offense(s).
4. Related to previous offense(s)
5. Related to prior/current parole violation(s)
6. History of psychiatric/psychological problems
7. History of sexual predatory behavior
8. Offender Typology
9. PCO referred as required per PC 3002
10. Other good cause determined by parole agent
11. Parolees who are validated gang members
12. Parolees convicted of PC 182.5 & PC 186.22
13. Parolees with a history of gang activity /involvement/ association.


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Hey this is a fantastic thread, it's so detailed and understandable, thank you so much for the hard work I really appreciate it and I'm sure that everyone else will do so as well!

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Is this Parole for Lifers also if they are release I am looking for info on who to write to for the board and what needs to be said any help would greatful
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these conditions apply to anyone paroling. Each parolee has different conditons though
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