This should have been discussed with your parole officer. Since I was not there, I do not know the answer 100% for sure. But I am about 99% sure that your parole officer at all times needs to have an updated address and phone number of yours in his/her file at all times. He/She needs to be able to contact you if need be. So if you move or get a new number, you should provide it to him or her ASAP. A really easy way to find the answer to this question is call your parole officer. A lot of people look at them as their enemy, but that is not always the case. They can be helpful and it is a good idea to establish a good relationship with them. Just call him/her, be courteous, and ask.
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