Recent Examples of parolee from the Web
The viewing was followed by a discussion with criminal justice professionals and two female parolees who successfully navigated the system.
Before prison downsizing, parolees who violated the terms of their release could be sent back to prison for up to a year.
That afternoon, Los Angeles police tried to detain the parolee, who was wanted for evading authorities, child abduction, child endangerment and weapons violations, a department statement said.
Like other parolees, lifers’ home plans are carefully reviewed before their release, along with their prison records.
Leslie Allen Williams Williams, a parolee, was arrested in the kidnapping and attempted rape of a woman in a Springfield Township cemetery.
The parolee, 46-year-old Stephen Houk, was still missing Wednesday and was considered armed and dangerous, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department said.
The parolee, 46-year-old Stephen Houk, was still missing on Wednesday following Tuesday’s chase and is considered armed and dangerous, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said.
Parole has shifted to focusing less on punishment and more on integrating parolees back into society.
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PAROLEE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of parolee for English Language Learners
: a prisoner who is released on parole
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