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Probation, Parole and Juvenile Probation Officer Salaries in Oklahoma

In Oklahoma, the enforcement of parole and probation among juveniles and adults is split between the Oklahoma Department of Corrections (adults) and the Oklahoma Office of Juvenile Affairs.

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During 2012, the median salary for probation, parole and juvenile probation officers in Oklahoma was $37,050, according to the U.S. Department of Labor.

The salaries listed below pertain to both adult and juvenile probation/parole officers in Oklahoma:

Probation and Parole Officer – Level I:

  • Minimum: $26,502
  • Midpoint: $35,336
  • Maximum: $44,170

Probation and Parole Officer – Level II:

  • Minimum: $31,848
  • Midpoint: $42,464
  • Maximum: $53,080

Probation and Parole Officer – Level III:

  • Minimum: $35,032
  • Midpoint: $46,709
  • Maximum: $58,387

Probation and Parole Officer – Level IV:

  • Minimum: $38,885
  • Midpoint: $51,846
  • Maximum: $64,808

The U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics reports the following salary data for probation, parole, and juvenile probation officers in Oklahoma:

Area name
Employment
Annual mean wage
Fort Smith AR-OK
40
38460
Oklahoma City OK
390
37590
Tulsa OK
120
39670
Northeastern Oklahoma nonmetropolitan area
50
39320
Southeastern Oklahoma nonmetropolitan area
70
38460

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