Probation, Parole and Juvenile Probation Officer Salaries in New Hampshire

In New Hampshire, probation and parole for adult and juvenile offenders are handled by separate agencies. The New Hampshire Department of Corrections, Field Services Division, handles probation and parole for adults while the New Hampshire Department of Health and Human Services handles juvenile probation and parole.

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In 2012, the Occupational Outlook Handbook, 2012-2013 Edition, an occupational publication released by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, reported a median New Hampshire probation officer, parole officer and juvenile probation officer salary of $57,340.

The following salary figures reflect the various salary steps that can be expected throughout the career of probation, parole and juvenile probation officers in New Hampshire:

Probation-Parole Officer I:

  • Step 1: $38,708.80
  • Step 2: $40,372.80
  • Step 3: $42,016
  • Step 4: $43,825.60
  • Step 5: $45,593.60

Probation-Parole Officer II:

  • Step 1: $42,016
  • Step 2: $43,825.60
  • Step 3: $45,593.60
  • Step 4: $47,507.20
  • Step 5: $49,504

Probation-Parole Officer III:

  • Step 1: $45,697.60
  • Step 2: $47,736
  • Step 3: $49,836.80
  • Step 4: $52,020.80
  • Step 5: $54,308.80

Probation-Parole Officer IV:

  • Step 1: $49,836.80
  • Step 2: $52,020.80
  • Step 3: $54,308.80
  • Step 4: $56,680
  • Step 5: $59,196.80

Below are some of the salaries for juvenile probation officers and adult parole and probation officers in New Hampshire’s cities as outlined by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics:

Area name
Employment
Annual mean wage
Northern New Hampshire nonmetropolitan area
30
55950
Other New Hampshire nonmetropolitan area
80
53430

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