A group of 60 organizations, including ACSOL, are jointly requesting that parole and probation agencies in California modify existing supervision conditions, policies and practices to align with public health recommendations in order to protect the lives of more than 400,000 people under their supervision. Included in the request is the end of in-person registration.
“ACSOL and its members need to share the list of requests with local county government officials, including county boards of supervisor, county probation departments and local sheriff’s departments,” stated ACSOL Executive Director Janice Bellucci. “This can be done using social media as well as by phone and email.”
Root & Rebound, a non-profit organization, is leading this effort. Additional information regarding the non-profit as well as this effort can be found at http://www.rootandrebound.org.