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Parolees clustered in a handful of communities in Utah

An investigation by The Salt Lake Tribune found clustering of probationers and parolees "in specific neighborhoods and even apartment buildings, despite rules prohibiting people on supervision from associating with one another. Law enforcement and scholars say offenders are more likely to succeed if they are dispersed, but a lack of halfway houses and city ordinances passed in recent years have limited where many offenders can live."

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