That’s what you get in this feature from the Marshall Project, a nonprofit, nonpartisan news organization covering our criminal justice system. Some of the answers may surprise you, and to think, all they had to do was ask. Which questions would you ask?
- What is your average daily caseload?
- What is the hardest thing a parolee faces when reentering society?
- On average, do you believe that people are on parole for too long, the right amount of time, or not enough time?
- What is the best part of your job?
- What is the worst part?
- What is a common misconception that people have about what you do?
- How often do you think parolees are lying to you?
- Does parole make a difference?
- Do you think most parole conditions are too strict, appropriate, or not strict enough?
- What is the most important rule that parolees have to follow?
- What is the most ridiculous rule that parolees have to follow?
- Is there a specific parolee you often think about?
- If you had the power to do one thing to improve public safety, what would it be?
- How do you feel about new parole technology, like GPS monitoring?
- If you weren’t a parole officer, what do you think you’d be doing for a living?
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