California – Audit: 1,500 California inmates incorrectly released without supervision

Audit: 1,500 California inmates incorrectly released without supervision By Sam Stanton – The Sacramento Bee State corrections officials incorrectly allowed 1,500 inmates to be placed on unsupervised parole last year, including 450 who should have been classified as having a “high risk for violence,” a new audit of the state’s parole programs has found. A report released this morning by the state inspector general’s office found that prison officials trying to implement a 2009 program to place inmates on non-revocable parole incorrectly classified many of them initially, allowing hundreds to be returned to Read more: http://blogs.sacbee.com/crime/archives/2011/05/audit-1500-cali.html#ixzz1NPoHzWp8

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California – Audit: 1,500 California inmates incorrectly released without supervision

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