How do I check my parole status online?

Retrieve the inmate’s parole date online. Visit the state’s corrections website and access the inmate locator page. Enter the inmate’s name and date of birth. Include the inmate’s identification number for a more efficient search.

How do I find out if someone is on parole?

The way to find out if someone you know who was incarcerated is on parole is to search either the federal inmate database or the state inmate database for the state where she was incarcerated. To conduct this type of search, you’ll need to provide the individual’s legal name or inmate number.

How do I find out someone’s parole status in California?

All information pertaining to parolees in California can be obtained using the Board of Parole Hearings online resource. The CDCR Inmate Locator System can be used to view information regarding a parolee’s status by conducting online searches using the inmate’s full name or CDCR number.

How do I contact parole board in Texas?

Pardons and Paroles, Texas Board of (BPP)*

  1. (512) 936-6351.
  2. Fax: BPP Austin Central Office: (512) 406-5482.

How long does parole review take in Texas?

approximately two to six months
The review process generally takes approximately two to six months to complete and those registered for notification with TDCJ Victim Services Division will receive notice of the TxBPP’s decision.

What does it mean when you get parole?

Parole is the release of a prisoner to supervision in the community after he/she has completed a part of his/her sentence in an institution.

How often does the Texas parole board meet?

The BPP meets at least quarterly each fiscal year. Board members maintain offices in seven regions around the state: Amarillo, Angleton, Austin, Gatesville, Huntsville, Palestine and San Antonio.

Where do I send my parole support letters in Texas?

Send letters to: TDCJ – Parole Division, Attention: Correspondence, P.O. Box 13401, Capitol Station, Austin, TX 78711.