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In this photo taken Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015, parole agents Andrew Correa, left, and Clint Cooley, right, talk with a sex-offender parolee they located by tracking the global positioning device he wears, in Sacramento, Calif.  Parole agents use a global positioning devices to locate parolees to make unannounced stops.  State corrections officials recently completed a review how many sex offenders must comply with voter-approved residency restrictions based on a state supreme court decision.  The corrections department announced a dramatic reduction in the number of offenders barred from living near schools and parks.(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

In this photo taken Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015, parole agents Andrew Correa, left, and Clint Cooley, right, talk with a sex-offender parolee they located by tracking the global positioning device he wears, in Sacramento, Calif. Parole agents use a global positioning devices to locate parolees to make unannounced stops. State corrections officials recently completed a review how many sex offenders must comply with voter-approved residency restrictions based on a state supreme court decision. The corrections department announced a dramatic reduction in the number of offenders barred from living near schools and parks.(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli)

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