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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What is Recidivism?
A: Recidivism is the potential to return to previous undesirable behaviors. For example...


Q: What does Recidivism Mean?
A: Recidivism basically refers to repeat behavior or not learning from past mistakes. For instance,...


Q: How to prevent prison recidivism?
A: 1. Funnel addicts into mandatory treatment programs to ...


Q: How to stop prison recidivism?
A: 1 Educate the prisoners. Prisoners tend to...


Q: Will I be notified when the inmate leaves the prison to begin parole?
A: If you are a victim of crime and registered with OVA and want to be notified...


Q: How long after release does the parolee have to report to his parole agent? How often will the parolee have to see the parole agent?
A: The parolee must report to the duty agent at the assigned parole office ...


Q: Can I know where a parolee lives or works?
A: Due to legal restrictions, OVA staff is not permitted ....


Q: Can I know if he/she is in treatment or involved in special programs, like parenting classes or drug and alcohol counseling?
A: Information about the treatment an offender may ...


Q: What do I do if the parolee contacts me?
A: If the parolee is behaving in a way that is threatening...


Q: Does my offender fall under Megan’s Law?
A: This is not a question that can be answered generally ...


Q: What happens if the parolee fails to report to the community corrections center or to the parole agent?
A: The parole agent will attempt to locate the offender ...


Q: Am I allowed to contact the parole agent?
A: Yes. We encourage you to do so....

 

 

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