After reading the advise on how to turn in somone for Parole violations anomyously in Michigan

Asked 9 months ago - Dexter, MI

It was recommended to contact the parole Officer which I promptly have done. The violations were spelled out, times of violations and places. Yet all that was done was the parole officer told parole someone called and complained about his violations and said parole officer cannot believe parole would do so. NO SURPRISE DRUG CHECKS NO NOTHING! NOW WHAT?
This guy is abusing drugs , drinking after guideliness spell out he cannot, no drivers license yet drives sell drugs from his place of employment and so much more. Rules and laws do not apply to him.

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Proof? I gave all details. He is doing drugs and drops each 2 weeks, He knows how to beat the tests, A surprise drop test would validate.He hides his drugs under the hood, Ya think a canine could proove? He has no drivers license yet he drives to the parole officer, How hard would it be to validate?He has credit card specifically ruled out in parole,yet he uses them.Why did the probation officer tell him someone reported him and told him what was said? Fox is watchin the hen house here and the system is letting him go. He is going to kill someone with his driving and then what? How does a civilian do the job of law enforcement?What is Proof?.I went to the Parole officer , she told me she could call him and have him drop that day, she told him everything I said and said she doesnt believe he is doing drugs. I could provided all the names and If I am right then we have a case of someone not doing their job. Am I wrong in saying law enforcement can search him anytime he is on porole for suspicions or complaints?

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  1. Jared Clayton Austin

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    Answered . They still have to have proof. It's hard to prove something from an anonymous source because they can't be confronted or cross examined. Provide them with ascertainable proof so it cannot be ignored.

  2. David B. Carter Jr.

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    Answered . Go to the local police and tell them.

  3. Mani Khavajian

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    Answered . There needs to be some proof of a violation.

    This is general information and not legal advise. This communication does not create a lawyer-client relationship.

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