Consequences of Breaching Parole

When a prisoner does not meet a condition or requirement of parole, this is considered a breach of parole. For example if there is a condition to attend for urinalysis testing for drugs or alcohol and the prisoner:

This is considered a breach of parole.

When the Board is told of a breach, it has three choices:

Reports of breaches, which can come to attention from many sources, including police, Community Corrections Officers, victims or members of the public are considered by the Board at its regular meetings.

Last updated: 30-Apr-2019

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