Officers with the Tennessee Board of Probation and Parole turned in paperwork stating that certain parolees were still alive — even though some of them died nearly 20 years ago, according to newly released state audits.
“If parole officers are supervising dead people, this is a waste of taxpayer dollars and makes us wonder about the supervision of parolees living in our communities,” state Comptroller Justin Wilson said in a statement.
Source: Tennessee Watchdog. Read full article. (link)