Look, people know their jobs very well. When a serious case is involved, the parole officer will recommend that the inmate be placed in a CCC. The inmate can be sent to a CRF, but there are risks. In a CRF, the inmate isn't monitored in the same way. Send someone serving a short sentence of three, four, five or six years. Don't send inmates serving life sentences or people who have served 20 or 30 years behind bars. It's suicide. It's setting the fox to mind the geese. Release the inmate gradually. CRFs have a curfew and staff. The inmate will be monitored continuously. It's a good transition from the penitentiary. In a CRF, the man finds himself in Florida. This doesn't work.
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