New York has passed one of the most ambitious pieces of parole reform in the country, and police leaders are not happy about it. The law is called the Less is More Act. It prohibits re-incarceration of people on parole for "technical violations" of parole. In other words, if a parolee misses a meeting, or flunks a drug test, they wouldn't automatically go back to jail.
Monroe County Sheriff Todd Baxter published a list of dozens of people who have already been released under the law; he says these are violent offenders and the community is now less safe. Our guests debate it: