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  1. Tara Swift

    My husband is on PRCS in Fresno County, his probation Officer has done nothing but set him up to fail by her application of the residency restriction. My husband owns a mobile home in a mobile park, which is next to a school. For the purposes of measuring the 2000 ft required to be between his residence and a school, his PO is measuring from the front door of our mobile home to the closest boundary of the school, as “THE CROW FLIES,” in a straight line. However, the “straight line” goes over a 5 ft blook wall, across an Irrigation District easement, across a canal full of water, and over a 6 ft. chainlink fence. IF his PO measured the 2000 ft. from the ENTRANCE to the mobile park, our mobile home would be over 4000 ft. from the school. The PO has created her own definition of “PRIMARY ENTRANCE.’ We argued the point that one cannot access our mobile home without FIRST entering through the entrance to the mobile home park. As a result of his PO’s blanket application of the residency restrictions, he has registered with the PC290 office as “transient”. The Officer’s at the PC 290 office told us they have no problem with the address where our mobile home/mobile home park is located and that they will not come arrest him for being there, and that the Fresno County Probation Dept (AB 109) Officer in charge of ALL PC 290s hangs her hat on residency restrictions and is, in affect, an habitual B____! We are homeless, it is over 100 degrees in Fresno, and due to my husbands transient status, he wears a GPS and we must find places to charge. As a result of this restriction, he is unable to find employment, and I am recovering from cancer treatment. Why isn’t anyone else up in arms about Fresno County Probation’s unconstitutional application of the residency restrictions?? Its blanket one size fits all attitude? We are at our wits end and ready to give up!!!!!!!

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