California – Tulare County gears up for parolee shift

Visalia Times – More than 6,000 local felons are supervised by the Tulare County Probation Department and, in about a month, the department is going to get more. With deep cuts to the state’s public safety divisions, the county will soon see fuller jails, more probationers and the possibility that group homes will house ex-convicts from across the state. On Oct. 1, when state bill AB 109 takes effect, thousands of inmates will move from California prisons to county jails. Tulare County’s three jail facilities have nearly…[Full story at: http://www.visaliatimesdelta.com/article/20110826/NEWS01/108260329/County-gears-up-parolee-shift ]

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California – Tulare County gears up for parolee shift

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