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Resource: Financial Audit Services Procedural Report

By: Daryl G. Purpera (Legislative Auditor)

October 23, 2019

https://www.wdsu.com/article/feds-open-investigation-into-louisianas-prisoner-release-practices/34866431#

2019 Legislative Auditor's report that found 12.5% of tested sentence computations had inaccurate information resulting in inaccurate release dates or parole eligibility classifications. Also found that the Louisiana Depart of Corrections did not have a formal policy requiring review of the sentence computation.

https://app.lla.state.la.us/PublicReports.nsf/B9BA7E809F593D2C8625849C0050EB3B/$FILE/0001E569.pdf