8 CCR 1511-1-11.00 - Reconsideration of Parole Prior to Release

Current through Register Vol. 45, No. 6, March 25, 2022

A. The granting of Parole shall be conditioned upon good conduct by the Inmate between the date of the order and the effective Release to Parole.
B. Upon receipt of information not previously considered by the Board, the Board may reconsider, for any reason, the granting of Parole to an Inmate.
C. The granting of Parole is not final until the Inmate is Released on Parole.
D. When an Inmate, who has been granted Parole, is unable to satisfy the conditions of Parole, through no fault of his/ her own, prior to Release on Parole, Release may be held in suspense until such time as he/she is able to satisfy the Parole conditions.
E. The Board may also suspend the previously established Parole Release date prior to Release for good cause shown upon receipt of information not previously considered by the Board or upon information reflecting improper conduct by the Inmate including, but not limited to, acts that constitute criminal or CDoC disciplinary violations.
F. In the event Parole is suspended, the Board shall conduct a Rescission Hearing.
G. The Board may accept, as evidence of a violation, the findings of administrative or disciplinary hearings, or regressive classification conducted by the CDoC.
H. A Notice of Parole Board Action following a Rescission Hearing shall void any previously established Parole Release action.


8 CCR 1511-1-11.00

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