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  • Helpful Information about Board Business
     
    How do I find out the results of a hearing?
     
    The Board conducts hearings involving inmates nearly every week. Our hearings are held in Salem at the Oregon State Penitentiary and the Oregon State Correctional Institution. The Board conducts hearings by teleconference for inmates housed at correctional facilities in other parts of the state. We post the upcoming schedule of hearings, as well as the results of each hearing on our website. Click here for the hearings schedule.
     
    How can I find out what some of the technical terms used by the Board mean?
     
    It’s true, the Board uses a lot of jargon and acronyms in our paperwork. To help out, we created a glossary with many of the terms explained. Click here to view the glossary.
     
  • Want to find information about Board hearings?
    For information about Board Hearings, scheduled hearings, or the results of recent hearings click the link below.
    Board Meeting

     

  • Meet The Board
    Want to know more about the Board Members and what they do?

    Board of Parole Seal

  • Important Information about HB2549 and Sex Offender Notification
    Pursuant to the passing of House Bill 2549 in July 2013, Oregon law requires the Board to complete sex offender risk assessments for all convicted and registered sex offenders in Oregon who have not yet been subject to such assessments by the Department of Corrections, the Psychiatric Security Review Board or an Oregon community corrections agency. Those assessments are to be completed by December 1, 2016.
    important: The notification level system and processes for re-classification and/or relief from registration will not be in effect until January 1, 2017.
    Please click here for more detailed information.
  • National Crimes Victims' Rights Week April 6-12, 2014
    The Board recognizes this week as National Crime Victims’ Rights week.
     


     For information on the Panel Discussion CLE and Ceremony, an event to raise public awareness of Crime Victims’ Rights and Services, please click here.
About the Board of Parole Important Links
Meet The Board
Board of Parole Seal
Want to know who the Board Members are and what they do?
 
Victim/Stakeholder Services
US Dept of Justice Victims of Crime Poster
The Board provides services to victims and stakeholders including notification and advocacy.
Public Records Requests
Media
Interested parties may request copies of Board documents or records of hearings.