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Subchapter II. Probation And Parole Services CHAPTER 43. SENTENCING, probation, PAROLE AND pardons. Subchapter II. probation and Parole the Board of pardons, the Attorney general and the Deputies Attorney general or others http://www.delcode.state.de.us/title11/c043/sc02
Extractions: § 4321. Probation and parole officers. (a) The Department and its probation and parole officers shall conduct such preparole investigations or perform such other duties under this chapter as may be ordered by the court, Parole Board or Department; provided, however, that all presentence investigations and reports for the Superior Court and the Court of Common Pleas shall be prepared as provided in § 4335 of this title. (b)(1) The Department shall furnish to each person released under the supervision of the Department a written statement of the conditions of the person's probation or parole and shall instruct the person regarding these conditions. (2) The officers, under the supervision of the Department, shall prepare an evaluation and plan of treatment aimed at the alleviation of those conditions which brought about the criminal behavior of each person in the officer's charge, and shall attempt in each case to effect a satisfactory adjustment between the individual and the individual's needs and the demands of society. (3) The officers shall keep informed of the conduct and condition of persons in their charge, shall aid them to secure employment, shall exercise supervision over them, shall see that they are in compliance with and fulfill the conditions of their release and shall use all suitable methods to aid and encourage them to bring about improvement in their conduct and conditions and to meet their probation or parole obligations.
PROBATION, PAROLE, AND PARDON SERVICES DEPT. probation, Parole, and Pardon Services Dept. general ledgers of the probation, Parole, and Pardon Services Pardon Services Dept. Board of pardons. Minutes of the Board of pardons http://www.state.sc.us/scdah/guide/rg0201.htm
Extractions: (a) There shall be a Board of Parole Pardons and Paroles which shall be within the Department of Correction for administrative purposes only and which, on and after July 1, 1998 January 1, 2004 , shall consist of fifteen eight members , including a chairman and two vice-chairmen who shall be appointed by the Governor with the advice and consent of either house of the General Assembly. The chairman and vice-chairmen shall be qualified by training, experience or education in law, criminal justice, parole matters or other related fields for the consideration of the matters before them and the other members shall be qualified by training and experience for the consideration of matters before them. In the appointment of the members, the Governor shall endeavor to reflect the racial diversity of the state.
Extractions: October 15, 1997 TRANSMITTAL MESSAGE The Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Service's Accountability Report for the period Fiscal Year 1996-97 is submitted herein. The mission, objectives and performance measures for the report were developed by the Department's executive management team which is composed of the Director, Deputy Directors and Chief Legal Counsel. The activities of the Department represent an ongoing collaboration between management and employees through a variety of quality management methods. Questions regarding the content of the report should be directed to Tom Cleary, Deputy Director for Administration, at (803) 734-9244. Executive Summary The South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services is the only state agency mandated to provide community supervision to criminal offenders who have been placed on probation by the General Sessions Court, released from prison by the Board of Paroles and Pardons, or released through legislatively mandated early release programs. The Department is mandated to operate a variety of community supervision programs for criminal offenders. The Department is authorized to conduct pre-sentence investigations for use by the Court and pre-parole and pre-pardon investigations for the Board of Paroles and Pardons.
Extractions: Passed by the General Assembly on June 2, 2004 Summary: Pardons, provisions limiting the effects of pardons, and criminal history background reviews not being affected by pardons HISTORY OF LEGISLATIVE ACTIONS Date Body Action Description with journal page number - 2/10/2004 Senate Introduced and read first time SJ-6 2/10/2004 Senate Referred to Committee on Judiciary SJ-6 4/14/2004 Senate Committee report: Favorable with amendment Judiciary SJ-14 4/15/2004 Senate Amended SJ-17 4/15/2004 Senate Read second time SJ-17 4/20/2004 Senate Read third time and sent to House SJ-18 4/21/2004 House Introduced and read first time HJ-9 4/21/2004 House Referred to Committee on Judiciary HJ-10 5/19/2004 House Committee report: Favorable with amendment Judiciary HJ-345 5/20/2004 Scrivener's error corrected 5/25/2004 House Amended HJ-77 5/25/2004 House Read second time HJ-85 5/26/2004 House Read third time and returned to Senate with amendments HJ-10 6/2/2004 Senate Concurred in House amendment and enrolled SJ-37 6/3/2004 Ratified R 394
Investigations Department - TDCJ Office Of The Inspector General The Texas Department of Criminal Justice operates State Prisons, State Jails, Parole, and provides funding and certain oversight of Community Supervision (previously known as adult probation). division is overseen by the Inspector general and performs investigations of wrongdoing within Texas Board of pardons and Paroles, and the Texas Adult probation Commission into a http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/inspector.general/ins-gnrl-investigations.htm
Extractions: The Investigations Division is the primary investigative arm of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, and, as such, has investigative responsibility for providing objective inquiries into allegations of misconduct on the part of any agency employee and criminal violations on TDCJ property or authorized interest. The Investigations Division reviews the process of reporting use of force incidents, and, as a priority, investigates allegations of excessive and/or unnecessary use of force, as well as harassment and retaliation against inmates for pursuing legal activities. Philosophy Statement The Investigations Division will be responsive to the needs of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice, the Texas Board of Criminal Justice, governmental agencies, and the people of Texas, by demonstrating a willingness and ability to impartially investigate administrative and criminal complaints, while protecting the rights of all concerned. The Investigations Division will be honest, ethical, and accountable at all times while emphasizing effective communications, timeliness, planning, coordination and teamwork.
Presidential Pardons: Legal Guidelines application for presidential clemency, including pardons, commutations of the formprescribed by the Attorney general. person who is on probation, parole, or http://usgovinfo.about.com/blprespardons.htm
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Chapter 9 Missouri Revised Statutes. Chapter 549. probation, pardons and Paroles. August 28, 2003. Documents of board to be privilegedexceptionsinspection. 549.500. Copyright. Missouri general Assembly http://www.moga.state.mo.us/statutes/chapters/chap549.htm
Extractions: Documents of board to be privilegedexceptionsinspection. 549.500. All documents prepared or obtained in the discharge of official duties by any member or employee of the board of probation and parole shall be privileged and shall not be disclosed directly or indirectly to anyone other than members of the board and other authorized employees of the department pursuant to section 217.075, RSMo. The board may at its discretion permit the inspection of the report or parts thereof by the offender or his attorney or other persons having a proper interest therein. (L. 1990 H.B. 974 § 1, A.L. 1995 H.B. 424) Municipal probation services, fee, Kansas City, exemptions. 549.525. 1. Any city with a population of more than three hundred fifty thousand inhabitants which is located in more than one county which provides probation services for persons convicted of its ordinance violations may collect from the person placed on probation a fee of ten dollars per month for providing supervision and rehabilitation services. 2. The court may exempt a person from all or part of the contribution required in subsection 1 of this section if it finds any of the following factors exist:
Nevada AGO Litigation Division City and Las Vegas offices of the Attorney general. Industries; the Department ofParole and probation; the Board of Parole Commissioners and the pardons Board http://ag.state.nv.us/Divisions/Litigation/lit.htm
Texas - TDCJ Related Links The Texas Department of Criminal Justice operates State Prisons, State Jails, Parole, and provides funding and certain oversight of Community Supervision (previously known as adult probation). pardons and Paroles. Texas Law Enforcement Agencies. Texas Inmate Families Association (TIFA) Texas Juvenile probation Legislative Council. Attorney general, Office of the http://www.tdcj.state.tx.us/links/links-texas.htm
Colorado Attorney General Opinion 4/24/84 see Attorney general's Opinion of December 23, 1983). This obstacle is removed when pardons are conditioned upon jurisdiction over convict through probation did not affect power of http://www.ago.state.co.us/ago/ago84/ago84-7.htm
Extractions: Dear Governor Lamm: I write in response to your February 9, 1984 inquiry about your authority to conditionally pardon a foreign national subject to detainer for deportation by the United States government. You ask specifically: Can the Governor conditionally pardon a foreign national subject to detainer by the United States Immigration and Naturalization Service for deportation and provide that the pardon shall be revoked if the person pardoned illegally returns to the United States? My conclusion is "yes." The Governor has the power to conditionally pardon individuals as long as the conditions imposed are not illegal, immoral, or impossible to perform. ( See Attorney General's Opinion of December 23, 1983). A condition requiring a convicted foreign national to remove himself from the United States is neither immoral nor impossible to perform but is illegal because it fails to recognize the primacy of federal authority in this area (see Attorney General's Opinion of December 23, 1983). This obstacle is removed when pardons are conditioned upon deportation by the federal government and revoked upon a showing of an
General Conditions Danish Prison And Probation Service prepare proposals for preventive measures, general principles of The vast majorityof pardons are granted before Department of Prisons and probation Version 1 http://www.kriminalforsorgen.dk/uk_web/uk_info/prisons2001/danish_prison-4.htm
Extractions: Danish Prison and Probation Service General conditions In Denmark the punishment is the actual deprivation of liberty, and the inmate retains his ordinary civil rights during the sentence. Only the restrictions necessarily following from the deprivation of liberty may be imposed on the inmate. According to the principle of normalisation, life in prison must therefore be related to normal life in the general community to the greatest extent possible. Basically, the same rules apply to persons who serve a sentence in a local prison and to persons who serve in a closed prison. But the physical conditions, especially in the small local prisons, dictate certain practical differences during the term of the sentence. On average, remand prisoners take up half of the places in the local prisons in Denmark; the remaining places are used for convicted persons. In the prison, as a general rule the inmate has his own cell/room of about seven sq. metres. The local prisons also typically have single cells, but they have cells for two or three persons as well. It has been decided to abolish the three-man cells to the extent possible. If the convicted offender is at large, he normally has one month from the passing of the sentence to the earliest date he can expect to have to start serving his sentence. The offender can use this period to make arrangements for his lodging during the term of his sentence, put his furniture into storage, make arrangements with his employer or place of education, arrange matters with his bank and, not least, find out how his spouse and children, if any, are to manage during the term of his imprisonment.
Attorney General - Opinion Archives Administrative Assistant Nebraska Board of pardons WRITTEN BY L. Willard, AssistantAttorney general You have 2264 applies to individuals on probation and states http://ago.nol.org/local/opinion/?topic=details&id=1805
Attorney General - Opinion Archives William L. Howland, Assistant Attorney general This is in unless otherwise orderedby the Board of pardons. of civil rights following probation discusses the http://ago.nol.org/local/opinion/?topic=details&id=971
Extractions: Good morning, Mr. Chairman and Members of the Committee: I am here today at the Committee's request to provide information about how my office, the Office of the Pardon Attorney, normally handles clemency petitions, and to describe the procedures we followed with regard to President Clinton's grants of pardon to individuals, including Marc Rich and Pincus Green, on January 20, 2001. A pardon request is typically processed in the following manner. The pardon applicant files his clemency petition, addressed to the President, with the Office of the Pardon Attorney. He is free to utilize the services of an attorney or to act on his own behalf in seeking pardon. The standard form utilized for this process requests information about the offense, the petitioner's other criminal record, his employment and residence history since the conviction and other biographical information, and his reasons for seeking pardon. The application must be signed and notarized, and the applicant must also submit three notarized affidavits from character references who are unrelated to him, know of his conviction, and support his pardon request. When my office receives a pardon petition, it is screened to ensure that the applicant is in fact eligible to seek a pardon ( i.e
General Acts Enacted During 1995 Special Session 1 general Acts Enacted During 1995 Session Special Session 6 SS1 Pennsylvania Boardof probation and Parole and recommendations to Board of pardons (effective 60 http://www.legis.state.pa.us/WU01/LI/LI/CL/ACT/19951.HTM
Extractions: Special Session 1 ACT DATE BILL SUBJECT 1 Feb 22 SB 19 SS1 Judiciary and Judicial Procedure (42 Pa.C.S.) - inspection of court files and records in cases involving juvenile matters (effective immediately) 2 Mar 9 SB 14 SS1 Administrative Code of 1929 - rights of crime victims and local correctional facilities (effective 90 DAYS) 3 Mar 9 SB 16 SS1 Crimes Code (18 Pa.C.S.) - grading and sentencing for murder and attempted murder (effective 60 DAYS) 4 Mar 15 HB 1 SS1 Judicial Code (42 Pa.C.S.) - sentencing procedure for murder of first degree (effective immediately) 5 Mar 15 HB 16 SS1 Crimes Code (18 Pa.C.S.) - sentencing for murder of second and third degree (effective 60 DAYS) 6 Mar 15 SB 10 SS1 Judicial Code (42 Pa.C.S.) - law enforcement records, juvenile history record information and adjudications involving certain children (effective 60 DAYS) 7 Mar 15 SB 20 SS1 Crimes Code (18 Pa.C.S.) - juvenile records (effective 60 DAYS) 8 Mar 21
Extractions: The use of probation and parole in South Carolina began in 1941 with the creation of the S.C. Probation and Parole Board by the General Assembly. At the time, the board made recommendations on parole matters subject to approval by the Governor. In 1946, the powers and duties of a separate Board of Pardons were merged into the Probation and Parole Board, and the new panel was renamed the Probation, Parole, and Pardon Board. To more fully reflect these increasing roles, the Board and Department were renamed, respectively, the Board of Paroles and Pardons and Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services (SCDPPPS) in 1988. Mailing List PPP at a Glance About PPP Hearing Schedules ... Site Map