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Synonyms for parole

a promise

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a secret word or phrase known only to a restricted group

(law) a conditional release from imprisonment that entitles the person to serve the remainder of the sentence outside the prison as long as the terms of release are complied with

release a criminal from detention and place him on parole

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The sex offender program includes a treatment component that requires parolees to attend weekly classes.
26 killing of a Woburn police officer by a parolee caught breaking into a store.
While the new law, SB18XXX, reduces the number of parolees under supervision, state corrections officials said fears of increased crime are exaggerated and portrayed the law as an improvement to the system.
27) Because the "clock stops" while incarcerated for a parole violation, parole supervision periods can stretch out for years for those parolees who serve multiple imprisonment terms for violations while never completing the supervision time they owed to the state prior to their re-incarceration.
The purpose of this paper is to use qualitative data to explore the reentry process among a small group of parolees during the first three months after their release.
Rod Blagojevich and Illinois Department of Corrections officials launched Operation Spotlight, an initiative under which the state would spend millions to double its number of parole officers and provide them with case-management training and laptop computers to better track parolees and help them find work and services, like drug treatment.
We thought parolees were no longer part of the general nursing home population.
The parolees who come to La Bodega illustrate the often-desperate need for services so many face following a release from prison.
It is impossible to gauge how widespread was the practice of employers paying lawyers to secure parolees, but here there was at least an expectation that the 'parole racket' involved financial obligations on many sides.
CJF's progressive Parolee Identity Verification Program aims to improve end-user accountability and service levels, to dramatically reduce identity fraud, and to substantially increase financial income for the agency.
He added that what the legislation says is "the parolee or probationer will be fixed with a GPS tracking device that will monitor their location at all times.
The study included 516 high-risk parolees who had been released from prison between January 2006 and March 2009.
Potteiger today announced that parolees may now pay their monthly supervision fee online via the state judiciary's website.
We expect parolees to be monitored closely by the state if they are in our county, especially ones with mental health issues and a restraining order," said Antonovich spokesman Tony Bell.
The one-year recidivism rate has been dropping since 1997 when it was 45 percent; the new data shows recidivism occured in just over 38 percent of cases of the 55,000 parolees released in 2003.