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Originally Published By: Placer County Sheriff’s Office
“Our dedicated deputies were on patrol when they spotted a vehicle with no front plate and a broken headlight. What seemed like a routine traffic stop turned into something very different. Upon contact, it was revealed that one occupant was on PRCS, allowing a search of the vehicle. PRCS stands for “Post release Community Supervision” and it is a form of supervision provided to an inmate who has been released from custody to the jurisdiction of a county agency. These individuals are typically supervised by county probation officers.
This incident underscores the daily challenges our law enforcement faces. A seemingly minor violation turned into a significant public safety concern. Kudos to our deputies for their proactive work in making Placer County a safer place.”