"Something very worrisome is going on," he said Thursday.
He added that his concern will cause him to be "thoughtful" about ongoing moves to reform the nation's criminal justice system.
Moreover, the reductions are not automatic, she said.
Under the commission's directive, federal judges are required to carefully consider public safety in deciding whether to reduce an inmate's sentence.
The academy opened in 2012 following the merger of two infant schools, one primary school, one junior school and a local arts college.
One parent said: "All sorts of prisoners are in there, and they had children's name and addresses - it's a real security concern.
The prisoners have served an average of nine years and were due to be released in about 18 months, the official said. The releases come amid a surge in murders and violent crimes in many cities around the country -- a trend that FBI Director James Comey noted during a recent press briefing at FBI headquarters.
Comey told reporters no one seems to be able to explain increases of 30% to 50% in murders in a wide variety of cities with little in common.
Once inmates are released, she said, probation officers "are working hard to ensure that returning offenders are adequately supervised and monitored." About one-third of the 6,000 inmates slated for release between October 30 and November 2 are non-citizens so they will be turned over to U. Immigration Custom Enforcement officials for deportation proceedings, according to one Justice Department official.Smart Jail is working hard to bring friends and families together with inmates in correctional institutions.Avoid the delays involved with sending regular postal mail and realize the benefits of sending messages electronically."We were contacted by the school last week and the governors have assured us (about the safety of the children on the list), but this should never have happened in the first place.
"Schools should not be sending any kind of paperwork to a prison, it's as simple as that." Bosses at the school, which takes pupils aged from three to 19, have notified the Department for Education, Ofsted and the Information Commissioner, who has launched an independent inquiry.This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial- Share Alike License.