Outside the walls, the number of measures that the integration and probation counselors must control is giddy.
Overheating. Since the law of March 23, 2019, the penitentiary integration and probation services (SPIP) have been at the forefront of the fight against delinquency. The murders of women in Mérignac, Amiens, Hayange or Lardin Saint Lazare, and the affairs of Metz and Colmar put them in the limelight: all those implicated were subject to sentence adjustment, either by the electronic bracelet measurement bias either in the form of socio-judicial monitoring (obligation of care, prohibition of appearing or presentation at the marital home). Apparently, these multiple repeat offenders or multiple repeat offenders all respected their follow-up, showing up for appointments with their integration and probation counselor. But two of them either broke their bracelet or broke the hours that keep them at home. For the others, the removal measures turned out to be useless. The three inspections in progress, in Mérignac, Amiens and Hayange will tell whether the
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