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PDFWAC 381-40-070

Required documents—Parole reviews.

In order for an inmate to be approved for a parole meeting or an administrative parole decision, the board must first be satisfied that he or she is ready to be considered for release. In addition, the following documents pertaining to the inmate shall be provided by the department of corrections and shall be present in the official board file prior to the meeting or the decision:
(1) The institution progress report covering his or her adjustment, achievement, infractions and program participation since the last meeting with the board.
(2) The institution preparole referral report.
(3) A current preparole investigation report prepared by a community corrections officer.
(4) Certification of good time credits, earned or denied.
In the case of administrative parole, the good time shall be certified through the date of the submission of the preparole referral. The board will assume that all good time is earned from that date until the date of parole. The department of corrections shall notify the board of all infractions and loss of good time which occurs between the date the preparole referral is sent and the date of parole.
(5) A current psychological or psychiatric report, if requested by the board.
[WSR 95-13-083, § 381-40-070, filed 6/20/95, effective 6/19/95. WSR 91-14-029, § 381-40-070, filed 6/26/91, effective 7/27/91.]
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