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U.S. Parole Commission: Number of Offenders under Its Jurisdiction Has Declined; Transferring Its Jurisdiction for D. C. Offenders Would Pose Challenges
David C. Maurer (au)
The U.S. Parole Commission (USPC) was established in 1976, in part to carry out a national parole policy that would govern the release of offenders to community supervision prior to completing their full custody sentences. Changes in laws have abolished parole and introduced supervised release. USPC has been reauthorized and has authority to grant and revoke parole for eligible federal and D.C. offenders and to revoke supervised for D.C. offenders violating the terms of their release. USPCäó»s current authorization is set to expire in 2018. This report addresses (1) changes in the number of offenders under USPCäó»s jurisdiction from fiscal years 2002 through 2014; and (2) the organizational characteristics needed for an entity to feasibly assume jurisdiction of D.C. offenders from USPC, and the feasibility and implications of such a transfer. Tables and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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