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An offender’s family and/or friends may speak on their behalf at a Parole Board Hearing.
Please contact the Parole Board Administrative Office to obtain a confirmation number to be able to speak at the Parole Hearing. (405) 521-6600.
Two (2) persons will be allowed to go before the Board to speak on the offender’s behalf. Only one (1) of those persons will be allowed to speak to the Board however. Please decide between the parties who will be speaking on behalf of the offender prior to attending the hearing.
The delegate will be given two (2) minutes to speak to the Board on behalf of the offender.
The speaker may present and discuss the offender’s parole plan; discuss among other things, the progress the offender has made and the programs that have been completed, including those that are a part of the offender’s assessed needs; any misconduct reports the offender has received while incarcerated; the offender’s problems and needs; discuss other matters that are pertinent to consideration of parole release; present other reasons the offender believes makes him/her ready for parole; etc.
Parole hearings provide the Board an opportunity to review all available reports and material pertinent to the case, as well as to question the offender directly about relevant issues and to make an assessment of the offender and his/her readiness for parole.
Delegations for offenders may appear at one of two times during a Parole Board Meeting.
All communication with the Board is required to be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on the Tuesday 2-weeks prior to the Board Meeting. Delegations for the offender may choose to submit a consent form in order to communicate with the Board regarding a particular offender. Delegations may also choose to submit communications to the Board, via email, here. The offender’s name, Department of Corrections number and the docket month and year must be included in the comment form and the email.
Delegations for the offender may choose to submit written communication to the Board for consideration. You will need to write the offender's name, D.O.C. number and docket month and year on the top of the letter(s) and the back of the envelope and send via U.S. mail, postage prepaid, to:
Oklahoma Pardon and Parole Board
Attn: Board Communications
P.O. Box 53448
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73152