Probation And Parole in Milwaukee, WI
1.Probation & Parole Div
4160 N Port Washington Rd3.72 mi Milwaukee, WI Probation Services
The Probation & Parole Offices, managed by the Division of Community Corrections, supervises offenders in the community and provides investigative services to the courts. Located in Milwaukee, the Probation & Parole Offices agents specially supervise juveniles released to aftercare programs and people conditionally released from mental health facilities. The Division of Community Corrections is responsible for the enforcement of sanctions upon offenders to control criminal behavior and provide services to sustain lawful self-dependence. It restricts the freedom of offenders to assure public, and offender safety and provides community-based programs and residential facilities for offenders who demonstrate readiness to assume additional responsibilities.
2.Probation & Parole Div
819 N 6th St0.63 mi Milwaukee, WI Probation ServicesSocial Service Organizations
3.US Probation & Parole Office
517 E Wisconsin Ave Rm 10.09 mi Milwaukee, WI Federal GovernmentProbation ServicesSocial Service OrganizationsGovernment Offices
While serving eighteen months incarceration in a federal medical center in Lexington, I heard horrible stories from offenders who were revoked while on parole. I'd be thinking to myself, they're probably not telling all there is to know about it, just what did they really do that caused them to get revoked?. Without going into all the facts, which would fill many pages here, I'm convinced there's undoubtedly a significant number of corrupt and psychopathic agents in both the state and federal systems. And, because many agents are intelligent and sophisticated, they know how far they can push it, how much they can abuse and make deliberate indiscretions before it becomes too obvious. Some are very sick individuals, indeed! \r Further, having acheived a Certificate of Paralegal from the Colorado University and having briefed hundreds of decisions from the courts while working as a prison law librarian I can tell you that most all federal and state judges are cleverely bias and corrupt. This becomes especially obvious in pro se litigation matters, where inmates challeng administrative decisions, misconduct and ilegal behavior by prison staff and parole agents, Judges cover their horrible indiscretions that destroy human values (as they themselfs may do) like a father may do for their son's misbehavior. TOften the DA/judge intentionally make no mention of the nost important facts and the real issues are twisted or changed, resulting in the real issue never getting reahed. All experienced attornies and paralegals can tell you this but avoid doing so to keep good repoir with DA's and judges. Basically, it's seen as one big family. In most cases, unknown to the defendant his attorney is actually a secret enemy spy working in favor of the DA and court -- not the defendant. \r If you'd like to hear a really unbelievable abuse story that I'm currently working on contact me in October. \r Also, If you really want to see clear and convincing evidence of governmental corruption, which, I guarantee will change your view on government forever, watch ""The Movie, Zeigeist"", parts 2 & 3; and, especially watch, ""Zeigeist: Moving Forward."" Both are available on Youtub, free. If you've difficulty downloading or streaming, google it. The shi_ has got to stop! \r
819 N 6th St0.63 mi Milwaukee, WI State GovernmentProbation ServicesGovernment Offices
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