In. Parole Board Caseload Doubles, Staffing Stable

Print
Indiana’s Parole Board has seen its caseload more than double during the past decade, while it has gained no new staff to help review whether inmates should be kept in prison, the Associated Press reports. The board does not track how many people have had their parole revoked. Prosecutors say at least two women –
Subscribe or log in to read the rest of this content.

Comments are closed.