You can look up the individual on CDCR's web site for his/her location. There is also a contact under the parole button for victim services and parole information
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Ask the inmate. Can you?
Alternatively, Mr. Hudson is correct. You can also call the prison's ombudsman, who will either provide you the information or direct you to someone who can help you.
Probably not. The CDCR website (cdcr.ca.gov) only tells you when the inmate was admitted to the system, not when they are being released. They don't usually give that information out for inmate protection.
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