Alaska Statutes.
Title 33. Probation, Prisons, and Prisoners
Chapter 16. Parole Administration
Section 180. Duties of the Commissioner.
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AS 33.16.180. Duties of the Commissioner.

The commissioner shall

(1) conduct investigations of prisoners eligible for discretionary parole, as requested by the board;

(2) supervise the conduct of parolees;

(3) appoint and assign parole officers and personnel;

(4) provide the board, within 30 days after sentencing, information on a sentenced prisoner who may be eligible for discretionary parole under AS 33.16.090 ;

(5) notify the board and provide information on a prisoner 120 days before the prisoner's mandatory release date, if the prisoner is to be released to mandatory parole; and

(6) maintain records, files, and accounts as requested by the board.

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