(1) When a hearing panel orders an offender paroled, the offender is subject to the following standard rules unless otherwise ordered by the panel:
(a) The offender must obtain prior approval from his/her supervising officer before taking up residence in any location. The offender shall not change his/her place of residence without first obtaining written permission from his/her supervising officer or the officer's designee. The offender must make the residence open and available to an officer for a home visit or for a search upon reasonable suspicion. The offender will not own dangerous or vicious animals and will not use any device that would hinder an officer from visiting or searching the residence.
(b) The offender must obtain permission from his/her supervising officer or the officer's designee before leaving his/her assigned district.
(c) The offender must seek and maintain employment or maintain a program approved by the Board of Pardons and Parole or the supervising officer. Unless otherwise directed by his/her supervising officer, the offender must inform his/her employer and any other person or entity, as determined by the supervising officer, of his/her status on probation, parole, or other community supervision.
(d) Unless otherwise directed, the offender must submit written monthly reports to his/her supervising officer on forms provided by the probation and parole bureau. The offender must personally contact his/her supervising officer or designee when directed by the officer.
(e) The offender is prohibited from using, owning, possessing, transferring, or controlling any firearm, ammunition (including black powder), weapon, or chemical agent such as oleoresin capsicum or pepper spray.
(f) The offender must obtain permission from his/her supervising officer before engaging in a business, purchasing real or personal property, or purchasing an automobile, or incurring a debt.
(g) Upon reasonable suspicion that the offender has violated the conditions of supervision, a probation and parole officer may search the person, vehicle, and residence of the offender, and the offender must submit to such search. A probation and parole officer may authorize a law enforcement agency to conduct a search, provided the probation and parole officer determines reasonable suspicion exists that the offender has violated the conditions of supervision.
(h) The offender must comply with all municipal, county, state, and federal laws and ordinances and shall conduct himself/herself as a good citizen. The offender is required, within 72 hours, to report any arrest or contact with law enforcement to his/her supervising officer or designee. The offender must be cooperative and truthful in all communications and dealings with any probation and parole officer and with any law enforcement agency.
(i) The offender is prohibited from using or possessing alcoholic beverages and all intoxicants or mind altering chemicals. The offender is required to submit to bodily fluid testing for intoxicants or mind altering chemicals on a random or routine basis and without reasonable suspicion.
(j) The offender is prohibited from gambling.
(k) The offender must pay all fines, fees, and restitution ordered by the sentencing court.
(2) A parolee shall pay a supervisory fee of at least $10 a month for each month under supervision. A hearing panel may reduce or waive the fee or suspend the monthly payment if payment would cause the parolee significant financial hardship.
(3) A hearing panel may order additional special conditions. Additionally, a hearing panel shall consider Department of Corrections' requests for special conditions. Any special conditions imposed by the department must be approved by a hearing panel. Special conditions must not be unrealistic or vague and must be reasonably related to the offender's crime, public safety, or the circumstances and rehabilitation of the offender.
(4) All rules and conditions must be stated in writing and must be made a part of any agreement signed by the offender.
(5) Any conditions of medical parole ordered by a hearing panel are considered parole special conditions.