8 CCR 1511-1-12.00 - Parole Rescission Hearings

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

A. The Board may suspend an established Parole Release date upon receipt of information not previously considered by the Board, or upon receipt of information reflecting improper conduct by the Inmate including, but not limited to, acts that constitute a criminal offense or a CDoC disciplinary violation.
B. Upon Suspension of an established Release date, a Rescission Hearing is held to determine whether the Suspension should be made permanent.
C. In the event Parole is suspended, the Board shall conduct the Rescission Hearing at the institution in which the Inmate is confined or by live videoconferencing procedures or by telephonic means, at the Board's discretion.
D. The Rescission Hearing shall be conducted in the same manner as Parole Application Interviews.

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8 CCR 1511-1-12.00

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