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Normally a parolee
is not allowed to change parole officers unless there are extenuating circumstances. A change could be requested if the parole officer is related to the victim's family or the parolee has been physically and emotionally abused by the officer. However, abuse is always difficult to prove unless there are witnesses.
If your husband has extenuating problems with his parole officer than he can request a change. I have provided you with some examples, and as you can see, there must be serious problems connected between your husband and his current parole officer.
I suggest that you do not make the request for change unless you can prove beyond a doubt that his parole officer has been mentally abusing your husband far beyond what is normal and acceptable under the circumstances.
If your husband makes a change request and is denied than the parole officer will probably be unmerciful towards him. So, your husband must make sure that the problem he is having with his parole officer outweighs and justifies the risk that he will be taking to have him replaced.
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