A: no i dont think so becuase they flop the inmates passed their ped i know someone is pased their ped like 8 years so theres no such thing of fixed time they want to keep the inmates to get money to keep them locked up so dont keep you hopes up
Q: # of home invasion robberies in Ada county 2011
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WE BELIEVE EXPERIENCE MATTERS! - Albert's professional experience, his character and his integrity are unmatched in this election. His leadership style, his philosophy about service, and dedication to his community are best described by his actions. We believe that 23 years of law enforcement experience in Canyon County -- almost three times that of any other candidate in this race -- speaks for i...tself, and that his experience does matter. Take a look at his resume -- it is impressive: • Chief of Police in Wilder and Parma (2004 to present). • Caldwell City Police Officer (1989 to 2004): Detective, School Resource Officer, Traffic Enforcement Team Leader, DARE officer, and Drug Recognition Expert. • Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice Administration. • Executive Certificate from Idaho's Peace Officers Standards & Training (POST) academy. • 21 years as a military police officer with Idaho's Air National Guard and the US Air Force, where he was responsible for hundreds of military police officers in the Persian Gulf during Operation Iraqi Freedom and in Louisiana following Hurricane(s) Katrina and Rita. • US Air Force Non-Commissioned Officer Academy Graduate. • Specialized training in anti-terrorism tactics and personnel management. - His law enforcement and leadership experience, a personal respect for his coworkers, and a desire to recognize and encourage their exceptional performance, will help him successfully direct Canyon County's law enforcement efforts ...
House arrest is a possible alternative to incarceration in a jail or prison. Generally, those sentenced to confinement in their homes are either adults who cannot be placed in an institution due to cr(...)