- n. Plural form of parolee.
“Watching the parolees is the job of Osborn and those at the state's 11 parole and probation field offices.”
“Their P.O. (parole officer) came out and saw all the commotion and told us the parolees were his.”
“The second aspect of the program involved officers making contacts with high-risk individuals such as parolees, sex offenders and gang members, and locating people in the area wanted on warrants.”
“Counties would also monitor parolees, keep low-level offenders in county facilities rather than state prisons, and take over child welfare services like adoptions and foster care.”
“In addition, Santa Clara County will take over from the state about 2,300 parolees, on top of its existing case load.”
“Santa Clara County is hastily drawing up plans to accommodate about 3,000 new inmates and parolees slated to move to county supervision from the state's control this fall under a major shake-up of the California prison system.”
“The county won't know until September the names of parolees that will shift to county supervision, a lag that could hold up connecting inmates with services and programs.”
“California currently supervises about 161,000 inmates and 100,000 current parolees.”
“It describes the true story of two parolees who broke into a respected Kansas family's home and, finding no money, killed the parents and two of their children.”
“Nearly 200 dogs are evacuated from the ranch by the parolees who help Tia rehabilitate and place pit bulls.”
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