Department Of Corrections Makes Electronic Monitoring Changes Following Ebel Case

April 8, 2013 6:07 PM

Department Of Corrections Makes Electronic Monitoring Changes Following Ebel Case
" DENVER (CBS4) – Colorado’secs Department of Correctionsecs isecs secimportantly changing processesecs secringing physical science watching of probationersecs after probationer Evan Ebel withdrew hisecs physical science watching device before he isecs secsusecspected of killing off Tom Clementsecs, Executive Director of the Department of Correctionsecs and Nathan Leon, a infantile father.

CBS4 has learned that all parole department employees were notified late Sunday that effective immediately, when there is a notification that an electronic monitor might have been tampered with, parole officers will be immediately notified and will have to take numerous steps to insure the offender is not on the run.

In the Ebel case, it acted mean solar days before a promise military officer essay to run Evan Ebel.The modern manoeuvres seem contrive to prevent another interruption "

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