Our daughter committed a crime. is serving time in a facility for 1 1/2 to 2 yrs. The parole officer is stating she can come to our home (where the defendant does not reside and won't be for years to come) unannounced, with a camera. She is hard-nosed even at the facility where the defendant resides causing unnecessary feud type issues. Can something be done about this? She keeps referring to her supervisor if we have an issue and we have not made contact because we feel the supervisor will side with PO no matter what is going on. We are not the criminals and we do not endorse it either. Our daughter has made a mistake and is paying for it, but we are not convicted or felons. We are here to help and not to be harassed.
Is she calling you to determine if your residence would be an acceptable place for your daughter to come when released on Parole? If so seems like it would in your daughters best interest to cooperate
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