Thank you for your response.
If both probation and parole were part of the sentence, when you received early release of parole the probation part of your sentence begins. Thus, if you are being contacted by the probation office, you must contact them to determine what they are going to do with that probation part of your sentence now that you received an early release from parole. It is possible they could put you on inactive probation, meaning you do not have to report, but I am afraid that if probation was part of your sentence you still do have to contact them even though the parole board granted you early parole release.
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