They also provide training, community based services, and oversees the state's Probation & Parole Division.

Salary information comes from 202 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months. LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP/WKYT) - Kentucky officials say probation and parole officers are the first state employees to see their salaries increase due to an adjustment in the state's salary schedule. Average Kentucky Department of Corrections Parole Officer yearly pay in the United States is approximately $34,919, which meets the national average. Gov.

Lexington, KY (AP) — Kentucky officials say probation and parole officers are the first state employees to see their salaries increase due to an adjustment in the state’s salary schedule. Kentucky probation and parole officers to receive pay hike June 26, 2019 GMT LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky officials say probation and parole officers are the first state employees to see their salaries increase due to an adjustment in the state’s salary schedule. LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Kentucky officials say probation and parole officers are the first state employees to see their salaries increase due to an adjustment in the state’s salary schedule. The Kentucky Department of Corrections is a state agency of the Kentucky Justice & Public Safety Cabinet that operates state-owned adult correctional facilities, provides oversight for and sets standards for county jails. Gov. Probation and parole officers within the Justice and Public Safety Cabinet’s (JPSC) Department of Corrections are one of the immediate beneficiaries of the adjustment. The Division of Probation and Parole (P&P) will be the first agency to utilize the new policy, providing increases to employees who are below the midpoint wage. LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky officials say probation and parole officers are the first state employees to see their salaries increase due to an adjustment in the state's salary schedule. Matt Bevin and his personnel secretary on Wednesday announced the first adjustment to the state’s salary schedule in more than a decade. — The Justice and Public Safety Cabinet is pulling back after promising Kentucky’s probation and parole officers a 12% raise. Matt Bevin and his personnel secretary on Wednesday announced the first adjustment to the state’s salary schedule in more than a decade.