28 CFR 2.37 - Disclosure of information concerning parolees; Statement of policy.

§ 2.37 Disclosure of information concerning parolees; Statement of policy.
(a) Information concerning a parolee under the Commission's supervision may be disclosed to a person or persons who may be exposed to harm through contact with that particular parolee if such disclosure is deemed to be reasonably necessary to give notice that such danger exists.
(b) Information concerning parolees may be released by a Chief U.S. Probation Officer to a law enforcement agency (1) as deemed appropriate for the protection of the public or the enforcement of the conditions of parole or (2) pursuant to a request under 18 U.S.C. 4203(e).
(c) Information deemed to be “public sector” information may be disclosed to third parties without the consent of the file subject. Public sector information encompasses the following:
(1) Name;
(2) Register number;
(3) Offense of conviction;
(4) Past and current places of incarceration;
(5) Age;
(6) Sentence data on the Bureau of Prisons sentence computation record (BP-5);
(7) Date(s) of parole and parole revocation hearings; and
(8) The decision(s) rendered by the Commission following a parole or parole revocation proceeding, including the dates of continuances and parole dates. An inmate's designated future place of incarceration is not public information.
[47 FR 13521, Mar. 31, 1982, as amended at 52 FR 33408, Sept. 3, 1987; 63 FR 25772, May 11, 1998]

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