The Division of Adult Parole Operations (DAPO) is responsible for protecting the community by enabling parole agents to have an active part in the local community’s public safety plans while providing a range of programs and services that offer state supervised parolees the opportunity for change, encouraging and assisting them in their effort to reintegrate into the community.
DAPO Parole Agents are committed to working closely with the Division of Rehabilitative Programs to ensure parolees are referred to appropriate rehabilitation and transition programs that are currently available to help them find success and opportunities within their communities.
The CDCR, Division of Adult Parole Operations continues to be one of the nation’s leading law enforcement agencies in the application of innovative community supervision methods related to sex offenders.
Various laws have been passed to address concerns regarding the State of California's population of sex offenders.
DAPO uses Radio Frequency (RF) and Global Positioning System (GPS) technologies to monitor parolees.
All parolees are subject to additional statutory requirements as a condition to their release from state prison.
DAPO agents conducted 1255 compliance checks or searches as part of the 22nd Annual Operation Boo child safety project.