Division of Adult Parole Operations

Anthony Quintana named Parole Agent of the Year

Man in suit gives plaque to another man while a woman stands next to them.
CCPA President Greg McLean, left, presents the award to PA II Supervisor Anthony Quintana, Capital District Administrator Michelle Lewis, who nominated him, is at right.

Sacramento Metro 1 Parole Agent II Supervisor Anthony Quintana was selected to receive the prestigious California Probation, Parole and Correctional Association’s Parole Agent of the Year Award. He was honored at the association’s Annual Awards Ceremony held Aug. 28 in South Lake Tahoe.

Agent Quintana was nominated by Capitol District Administrator Michelle Lewis to receive the Parole Agent of the Year Award.

This award is given to a Parole Agent who has made a significant contribution to the field of corrections and/or has exhibited exemplary job performance.

Agent Quintana is a true professional and outstanding representation of our department. He has proven to be invaluable to our department, as well as the community. Several local law enforcement agencies as well as the District Attorney’s office have recognized Agent Quintana for his professionalism and outstanding work in the assisting them.

He is capable of wearing many hats, such as social worker, officer and mentor. Agent Quintana continuously goes above and beyond in working with parolees to assist them in successfully reintegrating back into society.

In addition he continuously works with local law enforcement to gather intelligence and organize operations to reduce gang violence.

Agent Quintana is respected by his subordinates, peers, parolees, parolee families, and the community. No matter the situation, he is eager and willing to take on additional assignments and go the extra mile to ensure the job is done.

Agent Quintana goes above and beyond in playing a major role in protecting lives and making our communities safer. He takes pride in his work and it shows in his dedication, loyalty and work ethic.

Learn more about CDCR’s parole agents.

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