In 2012, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that the median Kansas probation officer, parole officer and juvenile probation officer salary was $38,030.
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Adult parole in Kansas is managed by the Kansas Department of Corrections, Community and Field Services while juvenile parole is managed by the Kansas Juvenile Justice Authority. Probation services for both adults and juveniles are handled locally at the district court level in each of the state’s 31 judicial districts.
Here, is the step-by-step pay plan offered by the Kansas Department of Corrections. This also includes juvenile parole/probation officers:
Parole Officer I:
- Step 4 (Entry-Level): $34,444.80
- Step 5: $35,235.20
- Step 6: $36,171.20
- Step 7: $37,003.20
- Step 8: $37,980.80
- Step 9: $38,896
- Step 10: $39,852.80
- Step 18 (Maximum): $48,484.80
These salary figures are taken from the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics and include probation, parole and juvenile probation officers in Kansas: