As Kentucky prepares to grant early parole to an estimated 204 additional prisoners in February, state correction officials say implementation of the controversial penal code reform is going smoothly. The prisoners will be paroled throughout February and are in addition to the 952 prisoners who were released in January. The monthly releases are being made under the Mandatory Re-Entry Supervision program, a legislative initiative to reduce prison costs and populations.
Early-Release Prisoners Receive Violations
By Jim Hannah, The Kentucky Enquirer • Jan 30, 2012