- Parole Process
- Dockets and Results
- Pardon Process
- Victim Services
All Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board hearings are open to the public pursuant to and conducted in accordance with the Oklahoma Open Meetings Act (Title 25 Chapter 8). The Parole Board conducts meetings once a month over a period of two (2) to four (4) days at the Kate Barnard Community Corrections Center in Oklahoma City. The hearings provide an opportunity for Parole Board Members to receive written and oral input from victims, victim’s representatives and/or families, offender’s families and delegations, district attorney’s, community members, and other interested persons regarding the possible parole of offenders. The monthly list (docket) of offenders to be considered may be viewed at the Parole Board’s web site: www.ok.gov/ppb. Meetings are held at a Department of Corrections Facility and therefore, each person attending a parole meeting will be subject to search of their person in accordance with D.O.C. policy and procedures. Meetings are subject to capacity limitations for the meeting facility and the Board reserves the right to deny entrance to any attendee once capacity is reached.
Each person wishing to attend and speak at the parole meeting will need to contact the Parole Board Administrative Offices in order to obtain a “confirmation number”. This is a tracking number used by the Agency to track those persons speaking on behalf of or in protest of offenders’ parole. The Board reserves the right to determine who may speak and may place time limits on the length of time allowed to each speaker.