Kan. Admin. Regs. § 45-400-4 - Deferred release
(a) The release of any inmate who has been granted parole may be deferred or the parole may be rescinded on the basis of any one or more of the following factors:
(1) Department of corrections staff finds that there is probable cause to believe that the inmate committed a facility infraction before being released.
(2) The parole plan does not provide for sufficient supervision or does not adequately provide for public safety or for the successful integration of the inmate.
(3) Information that was not available at the hearing indicates that the inmate cannot reasonably lead a law-abiding life.
(b) If the board so orders, the inmate shall not be released until the facility's fact-finding or disciplinary process is completed and the board is provided copies of the findings and recommendations. The report may contain a recommendation to the board concerning the inmate's parole status.
(c) If probable cause is found to believe that an inmate committed a facility infraction before being released, the board's decision to reconsider the inmate's parole suitability may also take into account the following factors:
(1) The date of the alleged infraction;
(2) the nature of the alleged violation charged and its penalty classification; and
(3) the facility's report containing recommendations concerning the inmate's parole status.
(d) If the board is considering whether or not to rescind a decision to grant an inmate's parole, defer the inmate's established release date, or both, the inmate shall be provided with the following by the board:
(1) A special hearing before the board or one or more of its members;
(2) written notice, at least 24 hours before the hearing, of the purpose of the hearing and the grounds upon which the board is considering the proposed action;
(3) an opportunity for each of the following:
(A) To appear;
(B) to respond to the allegations which are the basis for the board's proposed action.
(e) Following the special hearing, a written statement of the board's order, including the reasons for its determination, shall be issued by the board.
State regulations are updated quarterly; we currently have two versions available. Below is a comparison between our most recent version and the prior quarterly release. More comparison features will be added as we have more versions to compare.
No prior version found.