Field Services is responsible for making requests for staffing needs for the field offices, maintaining file materials on all active parolees supervised by the field offices and reviewing various reports to include violation reports, annual reporting requests, audits and other departmental reports. Field Services is also tasked with fleet management, drug testing, and other tasks as required.
Field Services is comprised of two divisions responsible for providing supervision and support to their assigned districts. Each district covers a separate geographical area of the state. There are more than sixty field offices throughout the state with locations in most Alabama counties. To locate the field office that supports your county, click About Us on the menu bar, then select Locations. You can click Counties to display the complete list or scroll down the dropdown list to find and select your county. If your county does not have a local field office, you will be directed to the field office that services your county. If you know the city in which a field office is located but want more information, use the same process but select cities instead of Counties.
Division I consists of the following districts/counties:
B Choctaw, Mobile, Washington
D Jackson, Lauderdale, Limestone, Madison
E Colbert, Franklin, Lawrence, Jefferson (Southwest), Marion, Walker, Winston
I Baldwin, Clarke, Conecuh, Covington, Escambia, Monroe
K Bibb, Dallas, Fayette, Greene, Hale, Lamar, Marengo, Perry, Pickens, Sumter, Tuscaloosa, Wilcox
N Barbour, Bullock, Coffee, Dale, Geneva, Henry, Houston, Pike
Division II consists of the following districts/counties:
A Jefferson (Central)
C Butler, Crenshaw, Lowndes, Montgomery
F Jefferson (North and East)
G Calhoun, Cherokee, Cleburne, Etowah, St. Clair
J Autauga, Chilton, Elmore, Lee, Macon, Russell
L Blount, Cullman, DeKalb, Marshall, Morgan
M Chambers, Clay, Coosa, Randolph, Shelby, Talladega, Tallapoosa
Division I Director – Jeff Jeter
Jeff Jeter has served as Field Services Division I Director of the AL Bureau of Pardons and Paroles since February, 2018. He began his career with this agency in February, 1998 as a Probation and Parole Officer. He was promoted to Probation and Parole Officer Senior in 2002. He was promoted to Probation and Parole District Manager in September, 2015. He was promoted to the position of Division Director of Special Populations and Programs. in June, 2016. He served in this position until transferring to his current position.
In 2014, Mr. Jeter was certified by the University of Cincinnati as the Agency’s first lead trainer for the Ohio Risk Assessment System (ORAS). In this capacity, he traveled the state conducting ORAS audits for the agency to ensure the fidelity of the agency’s newly implemented risk tool.
Mr. Jeter graduated from Troy University in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science degree in History and Human Services. He graduated with the highest academic average in his police academy class in June, 1998.
Division II Director – Stacey Brown
Stacey Brown has served as Field Services Division II Director for the Alabama Bureau of Pardons and Paroles since June 2016. She began her career with this agency in April, 2004 as a Probation and Parole Officer at the L.I.F.E. Tech Transition Center for Women in Wetumpka, Alabama. While at the Transition Center, Officer Brown worked with Post-Secondary Education, HRDI Treatment Facility, and Vocational Rehabilitation in providing treatment for the women inmates who were released from Tutwiler Prison. During her career at L.I.F.E. Tech, she was promoted to Probation and Parole Officer Senior where she assisted in overseeing the day-to-day operation of the facility. When the Transition Center closed in March, 2010, she transferred to the Docket Unit where she gained knowledge and experience in the Voting Rights and Pardon Process. In September 2015, she was promoted to Probation and Parole District Manager over District C (Montgomery) and served in this position until her promotion into her current position.
Ms. Brown graduated from the University of Tennessee at Chattanooga in 1996 with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Criminal Justice.
Functions of a Division Director:
- Participates in departmental planning by continuously analyzing current policies and practices, proposing needed changes to assist the Assistant Executive Director, and implementing those change so policies and practices are current.
- Communicates/interacts with the general public and others in the criminal justice system so accurate information is exchanged.
- Assesses personnel and equipment needs of the field so resources are utilized effectively.
- Ensures/evaluates the implementation of policies and procedures within the Division so that employees receive clear instruction.
- Serves as the rating supervisor for Probation and Parole Managers and reviewing supervisor for employees evaluated by Probation and Parole Managers.
- Reviews documents files by employees to ensure accuracy and sufficiency.
- Analyzes case files, receives and reviews information, makes recommendations and verifies the information is in accordance with state law and Bureau policy.
- Investigates and responds to grievances filed by employees in the line of supervision so that problems can be resolved at the lowest possible level, in accordance with departmental policy.
- Investigates disciplinary concerns reported to the supervisor to assure department’s ability to perform its mission is not compromised.
- Oversees departmental fleet to ensure vehicles are assigned and maintained in accordance with Agency protocol regarding vehicles.