Creating a Just Parole System Within Illinois: Returning Citizen Survey
SB 2282, “Removing Invisible Bars Act,” which was enacted in July 2016, amends conditions of parole to allow parolees to associate with one another, especially when performing community service, attending a religious worship, and/or visiting a family member on parole.

The Inner-City Muslim Action Network (IMAN) created this survey in collaboration with the University of Chicago Students for Criminal Justice Reform (SCJR) to assess the impact of SB 2282 on parolees and parole agents. In this survey, “parole” refers to mandatory supervised release, aftercare release, or parole.

You may skip any question you would prefer not to answer. All survey answers will remain confidential within IMAN and SCJR.

** From this point forward, if you wish the responses to this questionnaire to be confidential, please do not provide your name. **

Questions/Comments? Please contact Nasir at nasir@imancentral.org, or 773-209-3263.

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Are you currently serving parole or mandatory supervised release (MSR)? *
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