N.J. parole officers fight new no-gun policy
A policy e-mail sent to officers prohibited them from wearing their guns during regular visits with the former inmates they supervise
By Jane M. Von Bergen
The Philadelphia Inquirer
CAMDEN, N.J. — It should have been routine.
The parolee, on supervision after being released from prison, was buzzed into the New Jersey parole office on Mount Ephraim Avenue in Camden, there for a normal appointment with his parole officer, Mark Carozza.
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