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Old 10-06-2012, 9:26 PM
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You will get folks who might have a current charge that is a Parole Violation but the charge that landed then on parole could be murder. They would be yours instead of Parole.
Ummm, no. The parole violator window closed 11/30/11. Even so, anyone sentenced to state prison on a serious or violent felony stays with parole.
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Old 10-08-2012, 1:02 PM
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Ummm, no. The parole violator window closed 11/30/11. Even so, anyone sentenced to state prison on a serious or violent felony stays with parole.
Yeah the way I understand it (I haven't started the job yet) those who were sentenced to time in state prison and who are going to serve the remainder of their time outside prison, have to be Non/Non/Non's (Non Violent, Non Narcotics, Non Sex offenders)

That's not to say that a previous charge years before could not have been a violent felony. i.e. Guy does time for armed robbery, gets out and serves his parole with the state successfully, then later gets picked up for simple possession and serves probation at the county level. So yes, you can be supervising someone who has a violent history but who is not currently serving time for a violent crime. This is one of the reasons I buy into applying the STRONG approach, (Static Risk Assessment and Offender Needs Guide) to base the intensity of supervision on those individuals most likely to violate their probation and those with violent histories.
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Old 10-09-2012, 9:34 AM
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This is one of the reasons I buy into applying the STRONG approach, (Static Risk Assessment and Offender Needs Guide) to base the intensity of supervision on those individuals most likely to violate their probation and those with violent histories.
You sound like you're still prepping for a job interview. Get ready for reality.
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Old 10-09-2012, 2:49 PM
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You will see a new and "better" approach in a few years. I've been in around 5 years now, I've been through 2 different ideologies. But if you want to look good with the top dogs, study up on STRONG and know it well. Then when it changes, study up on that one and know it well too. Nothing wrong with moving up, just keep it all in perspective.
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