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California not following recommendation on parole agent caseloads

California never adopted the recommendation that the caseloads of agents supervising sex offenders be reduced, despite the urging of a blue-ribbon task force that was set up after an arrest in the kidnapping of Jaycee Dugard, and the deaths of others at the hands of those under the state’s watch.

Instead, agent caseloads remain at levels as much as twice what the task force deemed safe, while duties for those agents have been greatly expanded. Full Article

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  1. Q

    California not following recommendation on parole agent caseloads???

    When’s the last time California didn’t take the low muddy road in spite of recommendations from experts that California take the high road?

    They are just giving all proponents of a tiered registry more fuel to add to the long list of reasons why a tiered registry is much needed.

    “parole agents of two Orange County sex offenders, now charged in the deaths of four women, at times carried caseloads more than double those called for by the task force in 2010.” A lighter caseload would have done nothing to prevent these murderers; a tiered registry with fewer registrants and many reformed laws is the only thing that could have possibly made some kind of difference.

  2. MS

    What about the fact that Registrants wear GPS Monitors? Come on now people how tough is it?

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