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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wednclday, Oclobor 11, 1972 THE LETHBBIDGE HERALO 33 Chiefs take lough line against parole system OTTAWA Tlic Cana- ian Association of Chiefs of 'olicc lias taken a tough line gainst liberalization of the pa- ole system, arguing thai na- olc Is a privilege rather than a ight and that society's riglils must prevail over lliose of an In a brief to the Senate legal iffairs committee, adjourned unlil Parliament resumes later his fall, the association said practical, realistic changes in Mrole law could only be made jftcr consultation with them ami others "in the field." 'Extreme care must lie ex- ercised in evaluating wliat is lor one indi- in the light of society in general. It should never be that democracy is not the right of the individual but the right of society as such." The brief is one of about 95 already submitted to the com- mittee and a Senate spokesman said another 15 or 20 are ex- pected before the committee nakes its report on the parole system. The police chiefs' brief will be presented to the com- mittee when it resumes later this year. STHICT STANCE The association makes a number of recommendations concerning the parole system including one that would elimi- nate "any and oil privileges of subsequent parole" to a convict breaking out of jail. It suggests that "forceful" education efforts be made by authorities and such groups as the John Howard Society to "establish means whereby il would be virtually impossible for a parolee to go wrong." "All too often the pa- rolee remembers 'easy street' or the bad side of society and little effort is made to 'brain- wash' reality into him." The police chiefs also asked for closer co-operation between parole authorities and police- men, saying that a prisoner "in applying for parole will place himself in the best possible light and is likely to suppress certain of the facts surrounding the commission of the offence in the first instance." THE Will' AGAIN The association also recom- mended that the committee consider the ol corporal and the was banned in recent amendments to the Criminal Code. Such punish- ment should controlled by some unnamed other body rather than by the parole hoard, the association said. The hoard's "true role" was determining whether or not 3 convict is eligible for parole, not whether a sentence should be modified. The association said particu- lar care should be taken to Im- press parolees that "parole Is a privilege and that they must abide by the rules laid down." THANK YOU FOR SHOPPING "NATIONAL DEPT. STORE PANTS! PANTS! YOUNG MEN'S Save on these latest slacks all colors. Reg. 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