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  • Conditional release of a prisoner from prison to the community, under the supervision of a parole officer. The parolee may remain in the community if he or she respects the conditions for parole, which are imposed by the court. Parole conditions vary according to the individual, offense, and state. Conditions may include restrictions regarding living conditions or location, travel, activities, associations with certain individuals, employment, and so on. Parolees are required to report to their parole officers on a regular basis and may also be required to attend various programs or other forms of therapy, including substance use treatment programs, psychiatric treatment, anger management groups, and so on. If parolees do not fulfill the conditions for conditional release imposed by the court, parole may be ...

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