8 CCR 1511-1-5.04 - Parole Application Decisions

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

A. The Board may reach any one of four decisions at the conclusion of the Parole Application Interview / Hearing:
(1) To grant Parole;
(2) To defer consideration of Parole as follows:
(a) Defer to the MRD, if the Inmate's MRD is within 14 months of the Application Interview;
(b) Defer for up to 12 months from the date of the Application Interview;
(c) Defer for up to 36 months from the date of the Application Interview if the Inmate was convicted of any class 3 sexual offense described in part 4 of article 3 of title18, C.R.S., a habitual criminal offense as defined in § 18-1.3-801 (2.5), C.R.S., or of any offense subject to the requirements of § 18-1.3-904 , C.R.S.; or
(d) Defer for up to 60 months from the date of the Application Interview if the Inmate was convicted of a class 1 or class 2 felony that constitutes a crime of violence, as defined in § 18-1.3-406 , C.R.S.;
(3) To table the case, pending the outcome of the Parole plan investigation, or, pending the receipt of additional information; or
(4) To present the matter at a Full Board Review.
B. Prior to taking final action, the Board may review, among other things, applicable records, case histories, personal data, criminal records, Parole plan, risk assessment guidelines, objective parole criteria and other information as may be brought before the Board.

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