In states where pardoning is characterized as “frequent and regular,” there is a regular pardon process with a high percentage of applications granted (30% or more); where pardoning is “sparing,” there is a regular process but a low grant rate; where pardons are infrequent, uneven, or rare, the c
Probation and Parole - Parole Board
A Guide to the Parole Consideration Process for People in Georgia Prisons.
The mission of the Parole Board is to increase public safety by evaluating an individual’s potential for successful reintegration to the community through the use of innovative evidence informed practices.
Secretary of State Rule Number 158.
The completion of this comprehensive survey and the reporting of its findings offers a timely and invaluable resource for releasing authorities.
This report explains how the Structured Decisionmaking Framework is a high-quality tool for making high-quality conditional release decisions.
This NIC monograph is the 2013 revision and update of previous (1982, 1985, 2001) editions.
This guide is designed to “lay out the context, summarize the key issues, highlight the recent research, and provide suggestions about where to find more extensive and detailed resources” about special populations parole boards may have contact with.
It provides guidance for a paroling authority in “defining its vision and mission, assembling information and resources to accomplish its goals, and putting into place appropriate management and performance measurement systems to carry out its objectives and measure its progress."
This publication examines information emerging from research on evidence-based practice and decisionmaking in parole and the implications of these findings for paroling authorities.