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Board of Parole

Protecting the Public by Conducting Informed Hearings





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Notice to Victims Regarding Victim Input at Delaware Board of Parole Hearings

The Board of Parole welcomes views and information from victims and victims’ families. All contact from victims and victim’s families will remain confidential. The following channels are available for victim input: 1. Victims or victims’ families may contact the Board of Parole by letter or telephone prior to the date of hearing.   2. Victims […]

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Rules

1. AUTHORITY AND POWERS : Pursuant to 11 Del. C. §4343, the Delaware Board of Parole (the Board) is the paroling authority for the State, with responsibilities for deciding parole release, parole revocation and parole supervision level and recommending commutation of sentence to the Board of Pardons. Furthermore, all offenders released upon merit or good […]

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Frequently Asked Questions

  Q: What Is The History Of The Delaware Board Of Parole? A: The history of the Delaware Board of Parole is as follows: Since 1923, the Delaware Board of Parole has had the full authority to grant parole to adult offenders committed to the state prison system. The earliest written documents of the Board, […]

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Calendar

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Mission Statement

Our Mission is to protect the public by conducting informed hearings in order to make careful and equitable parole decisions and credible recommendations to the Courts and the Board of Pardons.   Our Goals are to use appropriate Department of Correction and community resources to facilitate the offenders successful transition from confinement to community and […]

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