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  • If you do the crime you serve the time

    Too many times have ordinary law-binding people been affected by criminals. How many of these criminals would never get this chance if they were put away for the time they deserve and the time us the people deserve. Some prisoners are sentenced for 10 but are out in 2 1/2 why should they have the chance when they have already wasted it.

  • Yes, peoples, yes

    Wsjifsdjifbd erere d d d d d dd d d d d d d d dd d d d d d d d d d dd d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d d dd d. Parole is good for you and me, yeah!

  • Too many people are being killed or attacked by parolees

    64% of offenders that are released from prison on parole, re-offend within two years of release. Because the parole board is under staffed they don’t have enough time to supervise all of the people on parole with probation officers spending 75% of their time filling in paperwork not face-to-face contact with the offender. Realistically, murderers, rapists etc should never be given the chance to re-offend or be let out of prison.

  • Too many people are being killed or attacked by re-offenders while on parole

    64% of offenders that are released from prison on parole, re-offend within 2 years of release. This is not keeping our community safe and parole prevents social cohesion. The parole board itself is understaffed and cannot efficiently monitor parolees with 75% of their time spent filling out paperwork. If someone has murdered someone, it is very likely that they will do it again or commit another serious crime. Reall

  • We need Parole

    If an offender is refused release on parole, that person will complete the remaining period of his or her maximum imposed sentence and then must be released, but without any form of supervision or control in the community, other than that imposed on the ordinary citizen.
    For a person who is considered potentially dangerous or with special needs, that situation creates a greater degree of threat to the community than if the person was released under the supervision and control of the parole board.

  • What About Minor Offenders?

    Some people charged with more minor crimes that have worked hard to earn an early release are being denied this. While this would work with a person with a murder or rape charge, it doesn't work for smaller charges. Not to mention if a person was framed for a crime, they'd be screwed!

  • Depends on case by case

    If a genuine need arises like the convicted person has some illness or his family has some problem he must be released for a given period but for anti-social element or for a heinous crime it should not be allowed. So before the implementation of parole proper investigation of reasons must be undertaken.


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