As of July 1, 2015, offenders granted parole in Georgia are under the supervision of the Department of Community Supervision.
If granted parole, offenders that have been identified by the Parole Board as a sex offender are issued specific, intensive parole conditions. This is in addition to the standard parole conditions, and includes:
○ Electronic Monitoring supervision, usually throughout their parole period, at their own expense;
○ must attend sex offender counseling at their own expense;
○ must submit to polygraph examinations at a minimum of every six months, at their own expense;
○ must comply with all Georgia laws regarding registration with the local sheriff and registration fees, including registering within 72 hours of release on parole and;
○ must abide with any applicable Georgia law prohibiting residence within 1,000 feet of areas where children may congregate.
Sex offenders are the most closely supervised of all types of releasees. As of July 1, 2015, these cases are supervised by the Department of Community Supervision.
The GBI website provides additional information at: http://gbi.georgia.gov/georgia-sex-offender-registry
To search for a registered sex offender in Georgia: http://state.sor.gbi.ga.gov/Sort_Public/