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More parole agent caseloads exceed limits under new sex offender rules

Since two sex offenders were charged with killing four women while under state and federal watch, California has changed how it supervises such parolees, increasing scrutiny of some and relaxing the monitoring of others.

A Times analysis of state data shows that the number of parole agents with caseloads exceeding state limits has increased under the new system, further stretching California’s already strained ability to oversee freed sex offenders. Full Article

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  1. USA

    Well, I reside in OC and used to have vice show up twice a year for a compliance check/20 year old battery/expunged/non child related/no other arrests ect/summary probation. I thought it was kind of ridiculous. They where always courteous/professional. I haven’t seen them for over a year/I guess this is why and this is another good reason the tiered system is needed!

  2. Avig

    There is a comment from “USA” that a tiered system will allow for better direction of scarce parole resources to those most likely to commit new offences. I think he is on to something and let’s face facts here, the registered citizens I have met have been through more than enough trouble already and definitely are not interested in any more of it.

  3. Tired of hiding

    Why is this a surprise when the monitor people who have paid their debt to society years or decades ago and yet they are monitored like a someone who just raped a baby last week!

    Talk about wasting time and resources. It’s all part of the plan to increase the budget for more police to monitor and keep the system growing bigger and bigger and bigger…we are talking about the USA government here people…wake up and smell that Colombian coffee!

    • Timmr

      You’re right, this is the new economy, ship out all the real jobs that actually produce something real and have the taxpayers fund this “service” economy, putting some in prison and under police surveillance so that others can have work that pays decent at tax payer expense. My wife told me the UPS guy that delivers stuff to her work is quitting his job to become a corrections officer starting at $65,000/year. I can’t find work, guess I will just commit a crime (just kidding, please it’s just irony) and help fund someone’s fat paycheck.

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