First, difficult child was found guilty of the sex charge so his new release date is early Feb. Second, when I returned POs call informing me of this and telling me to call him, he said the plan remained the same and it had been concrete that difficult child was going to this group home...OH, really- that is NOT what he told me last week. And I know that's BS because the re-entry lady hadn't even interviewed difficult child for the group home- she said so herself. Only the super acted like it was a given. He went back and forth. I reminded him that he'd told me he would be calling me on Mon. am to tell me if caseworker from re-entry could double as mentor and spend more time with difficult child on weekends than thru the week if I allowed difficult child to come straight home- and he never called- but, if group home had been cast in stone, why bother looking into this and telling me this? He had been giving two different srtories. Then I get a sales pitch on CSU/PO looking out for community's best interest and giving difficult child the best chance for success. Well, what do you plan to do about the fact that difficult child needs to be on some sort of 24/7 monitoring but won't be in the group home? If difficult child came straight home, he would be on ankle bracelet, if he goes to group home, he will not, correct? Coprrect. Why? THEY don't feel he needs it. Then WHY would he need it if he lived with me? He said gffg is in their custody and they make the decisions. I said I hope it works out and hung up on him after mumbling something about how they've had control of my difficult child for 5 years and ignored parental input and so far it hasn't worked and I'm tired of sitting by watching them ruin my son. Oh- and if I pursue dss, they will have to address this with courts and "still keep a parole plan in place that keeps the community safe". Geez...when did my son do anything to someone in the community? The last time I check, it was me that the offenses were committed against and my son showing back up with burn marks all over his body. I would say that it's attny time but I have yet to see any attny- even GALs or defense attnys go against what a PO says- never mind the parole plan isn't based on what the specific issues are- how can they be when no one has picked up a flippin file and read it.