The department and its employees did not owe a duty to warn the decedent of a parolee’s violent tendencies.  The victim was not in a special relationship with the department.  The department had not made any representations to her regarding her safety or the parolee’s likely future acts, so she was not relying on the department to warn her of impending danger.  The parolee was known to be dangerously violent but had not made any threat against the victim in particular.