BJS: Fewer on Probation, More on Parole in 2015

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The nation's population of probationers and parolees decreased 1.3 percent last year to about 4,650,900 adults, says the U.S. Bureau of Justice Statistics in a new report. That means one in every 53 U.S. adults was under "community supervision" at the end of 2015. The decline . . .

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