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Complaints Filed


Official Complaint by Dr. Ronald L. Wright on November 17, 2012

To the Honorable Douglas Gansler                                                                                                                                                               Office of Attorney General
200 St. Paul Place, Baltimore, MD 21202

     I have filed a complaint back in September of 2011, and made request that the investigation be taken out of the hands of the Department of Parole and Probation and sent to the Inspector General’s Office, and the Attorney General’s Office.

     I have provided documents to supervision, and my concerns for public safety. Now that the issues of my programs are being resolved, and the supervisors at parole probation have no other way to cloud the real issues I am requesting something be done with this complaint.

     People have died as a result of probation supervisors who have neglected their duties. Judges in the Circuit Court of Baltimore County and the District Court of Maryland have been lied to by high ranking supervisors in the Division of Parole and Probation. Multiple dui offenders have been never receive treatment, political favors were given and to make matters worse violent offenders had their cases closed , and files marked in compliance knowing that court orders were NOT followed.


I have every file to back up my complaint, and will continue to file until these issues are corrected.

Formal Complaint Filed with the Attorney General of Maryland                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Against the Division of Parole and Probation


People involved:


GARY D. MAYNARD, Secretary of Public Safety & Correctional Services
Office of Secretary
Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services
300 East Joppa Road, Suite 1000, Towson, MD 21286 - 3020

Ernest Eley, Jr.
Acting Executive Deputy Director
Division of Parole and Probation
Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services
6776 Reisterstown Road, Suite 302
Baltimore, MD. 21215-2310
 

Joseph Clocker
Director- Community Supervision
Central Region
Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
2100 Guilford Avenue, Rm. 305
Baltimore, MD 21218

Thomas A. McGrain Jr.
Field Supervisor II
Essex and Dundalk-General Supervision
8914 Kelso Drive, Essex Md. 21221
3413 Dundalk Avenue, Dundalk Md. 21222


I am requesting an investigation on the following:

Part One of complaint: Parole and Probation has been closing cases out and court orders have not followed. We are talking about hundreds of cases over the years just in Dundalk and Essex alone. However we may be looking at thousands of cases in the State of Maryland were cases were marked “In Compliance” court orders were not followed.


The parolee was instructed to contact Dr. Wright at the Alpha Program simply enroll then leave.

Then within a week or two the cases would be closed.

The client would not be required to attend the program.

The clients file would then be marked in compliance.

However, was court ordered to attend a treatment program was ignored? Instead he or she walked out of probation having no treatment at all.

Attached to this complaint is an affidavit clearly showing how cases are closed out that cover A-E( Above)

Attached to this complaint is an e-mail that clearly shows the Alpha Program was NOT to be used as a treatment program by supervision 20 years ago.

Attached to this complaint is a letter that clearly shows that Mr. Joseph Clocker and his staff had knowledge that the Alpha Program was assisting people find treatment.

Attached to this complaint is a letter showing how Baltimore County did not assist Parole and Probation and it clearly shows why supervisors over looked the real problem and used the Alpha Program for their most difficult cases.

Attached to this complaint is a letter showing that Mr. Thomas McGrain was to be my contact person? The letter is from Ms. Ferguson dated September 27, 2005

Attached in Complaint is Judges Turnbulls letter to Mr. McGrain “No violation will occur”.

Attached in complaint is Judge Nagel’s letter shows violation already started. And still going on today.


Part 2 of Complaint:
The Division of Parole and Probation at Dunlap over looked a client’s needs for treatment as a political favor so she could work at Minnick’s Restaurant. She cannot obtain her Maryland Driver’s License today because she was never in treatment. Her name will be provided to investigators.

The facts do not lie this has been a well orchestrate plan by parole and probation. I would request a letter telling to that an investigation will be opened. I will be happy to provide all of my facts, files and e-mails to prove what I am saying are 100% true.   

Respectfully
Dr. Ronald L. Wright
Baltimore, Maryland 21222

 

 

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