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(a) Upon request of a prisoner, the department shall provide the prisoner with a parole application furnished by the board. The department shall advise the prisoner of the scheduled board hearing.
(b) The department shall solicit comments on the prisoner's application for discretionary parole from the prosecuting attorney, the defense attorney, the sentencing court, and the victim of the crime who has requested notification under 22 AAC 20.155. The department shall provide these comments to the board and to the prisoner.
(c) The department shall provide to a victim who requests notification under AS 33.16.120 a copy of the prisoner's application for parole without the prisoner's proposed residence or employment addresses.
(d) The department shall provide to the board a comprehensive parole progress report on the prisoner at least two weeks before the week of the scheduled hearing.
(e) The department shall provide to the prisoner a copy of the parole progress report and attachments at least two weeks before the week of the scheduled hearing, and allow the prisoner access to other records considered by the board under AS 33.16.170 , subject to 22 AAC 20.125(c) .
(f) The department shall inform the prisoner that the board will, in its discretion, set supplemental mandatory parole conditions if the prisoner is subject to mandatory parole.
(g) The department may not disclose the parole progress report to anyone other than the prisoner, prisoner's attorney, prosecuting attorney, state's attorney, and the sentencing court.
(h) The department shall make the applicant's entire file available to the board for review at the parole release hearing.
(i) The department shall distribute paperwork to the applicant from the board as directed.
(j) Within 10 working days after a board decision to grant parole, the department shall provide a copy of the parole progress report and informational copy of the parole order to the field parole officer for investigation of the proposed release plan. However, if the parole release date is more than three months after the board decision, the department shall provide the material to the field parole officer at least 30 days before the parole release date.
(k) The department shall provide to the board a copy of the order of parole signed by the prisoner and a copy of the certificate of good time award, for each prisoner released on parole. The department shall provide a copy of the order and certificate to the prisoner.
( l ) The department shall
(1) notify the victim of the crime who has requested notification of the prisoner's application for parole under 22 AAC 20.155;
(2) provide the victim who has requested notification with a copy of the board's decision on the applicant, with a copy of the conditions of parole without the parolee's address, with information on the proposed geographic area of residence of the parolee, and with the expected date of release of the parolee.
(m) The department shall provide the board with a current psychiatric examination on any applicant convicted of lewd or lascivious acts toward children under former AS 11.15.134 .
(n) If requested by the prisoner, the department shall review the parole progress report and attachments with the prisoner before the parole hearing.
(o) The department shall, at the request of the board, make available to the prisoner a copy of any numerical guidelines that might be considered by the board under 22 AAC 20.142 in making a parole release decision.
History: Eff. 1/30/91, Register 117; am 3/29/2003, Register 165
Authority: AS 33.16.060
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