How often are offenders required to report?
Frequency of reporting is determined by such factors as caseload assignment, risk to the community, individual needs, and casework issues being addressed. Those on regular supervision are usually required to report one time per month. Depending on casework issues, offenders may be required to report two or three times a month and in rare instances, weekly or daily.

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1. Whom may citizens contact about offenders under community supervision?
2. What action should citizens take in situations of perceived harassment by offenders?
3. What payment methods are accepted by Community Supervision and Corrections Department?
4. How do offenders pay fees?
5. Are offenders allowed to move to other counties or states?
6. What happens to an offender who can't make their scheduled appointments?
7. Are offenders allowed to travel outside Parker County while on supervision?
8. How often are offenders required to report?