72.04A.080  <<  72.04A.090 >>   72.04A.120

Violations of parole or probationRevision of parole conditionsDetention.

Whenever a parolee breaches a condition or conditions under which he or she was granted parole, or violates any law of the state or rules and regulations of the indeterminate sentencing [sentence] review board, any probation and parole officer may arrest, or cause the arrest and suspension of parole of, such parolee without a warrant, pending a determination by the board. The facts and circumstances of such conduct of the parolee shall be reported by the probation and parole officer, with recommendations, to the indeterminate sentence review board, who may order the revocation or suspension of parole, revise or modify the conditions of parole or take such other action as may be deemed appropriate in accordance with RCW 9.95.120. The indeterminate sentence review board, after consultation with the secretary of corrections, shall make all rules and regulations concerning procedural matters, which shall include the time when state probation and parole officers shall file with the board reports required by this section, procedures pertaining thereto and the filing of such information as may be necessary to enable the indeterminate sentence review board to perform its functions under this section.
The probation and parole officers shall have like authority and power regarding the arrest and detention of a probationer who has breached a condition or conditions under which he or she was granted probation by the superior court, or violates any law of the state, pending a determination by the superior court.
In the event a probation and parole officer shall arrest or cause the arrest and suspension of parole of a parolee or probationer in accordance with the provisions of this section, such parolee or probationer shall be confined and detained in the county jail of the county in which the parolee or probationer was taken into custody, and the sheriff of such county shall receive and keep in the county jail, where room is available, all prisoners delivered thereto by the probation and parole officer, and such parolees shall not be released from custody on bail or personal recognizance, except upon approval of the indeterminate sentence review board and the issuance by the board of an order of reinstatement on parole on the same or modified conditions of parole.

NOTES:

Effective date1981 c 136: See RCW 72.09.900.
SeverabilityEffective date1969 c 98: See notes following RCW 9.95.120.
Suspension, revision of parole, retaking violators, community corrections officers, etc.: RCW 9.95.120.
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