Why do some offenders not have release conditions?

All offenders are only bound by conditions of supervision while they are on active supervision by the department of corrections, juvenile rehabilitation administration (parole), or their probation officer. After completing active supervision the offender’s only requirement may be that of continuing to register as a sex offender as required by law.

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1. Why did the offender get so little time?
2. Why is the offender living in my neighborhood?
3. When is the sheriff's office going to move the offender out of my neighborhood?
4. How often do sex offenders really re-offend?
5. Are you going to tell us if the offender moves out of this neighborhood, so we don't have to worry anymore?
6. What do I tell my children about this offender?
7. Now that I know a sex offender lives in my neighborhood, what should I do differently to protect myself and my family?
8. Why do some offenders not have release conditions?
9. How can I get information on other offenders?
10. How can I report suspicious activity by an offender?