Parolees are offenders under adult supervision who are conditionally released from prison to serve the remaining portion of their sentence in the community. Prisoners may be released to parole by a parole board decision (discretionary release/discretionary parole), according to provisions of a statute (mandatory release/mandatory parole), through other types of post-custody conditional supervision, or as the result of a sentence to a term of supervised release.
The incarceration rate is the number of persons under the jurisdiction of local jails and state and federal correctional authorities per 100,000 residents. This includes persons held in private prison facilities under the jurisdiction of state and federal authorities. This may also include halfway houses, boot camps, weekend programs, and other facilities in which individuals are locked up overnight.
See that dark, brooding image above? That is an attempt to illustrate the increases and decreases in poverty in different neighborhoods in Dallas. The red arrows represent where poverty has increased. They are thicker where populations are denser and longer where poverty has increased more. The green arrows represent where poverty has decreased. You can see them clustered around Uptown and fanning out through the central part of North Dallas. The biggest decrease looks to be in West Dallas.