As a small business owner, I am glad to be able to provide select parolees the opportunity to make a positive change in their lives by making an honest living. I have two team members who have had rocky pasts. One of them is a few days away from completing the term in which he was sentenced. His max out date is today. We have two brothers working with him in our dispatch office. Four days ago the brothers received a call stating that their grandfather passed away. They had to head to Tennessee to attend the funeral and handle the estate. This left only the parolee to cover the dispatch office. He attempted several times to contact his parole officer to let him know that he was stuck as the only person covering the office. I, myself attempted to contact the parole officer to inform him of the situation to request we have a few more days to get another team member to cover that office. I got no answer. He never returned my calls. I told the parolee that he could go ahead and head in to report and that we would figure something out as far as getting the office covered. I just wanted to make sure that he wouldn't get in any trouble. He reluctantly left (he cares about the company like it is his own!!!!!!) The parolee was contacted several days later and informed that they were placing a warrant on him. So I want to address the issue for what it is. The parole office is supposedly designed to correct offenders and create "model citizens" who can make positive contributions to the community. This man was working a legit job. He was covering shifts for team members who had a death in their family. He made several attempts to contact the office. I, myself, attempted to contact the office several times, as his employer, to verify he was not lying. The parole system is NOT in the business of correcting anyone. They are a BUSINESS! This parolee was a few days away from completing his sentence, but he now has a warrant out for his arrest. How is that working to anyone's benefit? How was he hurting the community? I will be posting this review on every site I possibly can.