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You will need to have his current Parole Officer file for a transfer to the other county. You must be able to show that he has a better home plan and employment opportunity in the receiving county. It should not be a big deal as long as the receiving county has the manpower to have him as a parolee.
Then you need to contact his case manager and present his home and employment plan to them and they may be able to arrange a release to that county directly. If not, then when he is released the new Officer will need the information.
He cannot be released without an approved home plan so what is he offering them now for approval?
Yes. Contact the case manager and request that the home plan be approve for Hemet. It may be that he is mandated to be released initially into the community from where he came which never made any sense to me for the reasons you point out.
And if that is the case, then you need to get with his parole officer once assigned and have him moved.
But for now, contact the case manager and see what can be done before release
You're welcome and thank you. Good luck with everything
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