Board of Parole September meeting to be held virtually
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Board of Parole will hold its regularly scheduled administrative board meeting virtually at 9 a.m. Wednesday, September 23 with board members participating remotely due to the ongoing pandemic.
The virtual meeting is open to the public. Individuals interested in addressing the board should notify the Board via email at BOP.Webmail@tn.gov to be placed on the agenda by 12 p.m. CT September 22.
The public will be able to view the meeting live via the internet at https://sts.streamingvideo.tn.gov/Mediasite/Play/4542bd599efb41af8f74d6cdda1e514c1d.
The next administrative meeting is scheduled for January 27, 2021.
The Board of Parole is an independent seven-member board whose members are appointed by the Governor. The Board makes decisions about which eligible offenders will be granted parole and placed on community supervision for the remainder of their sentences. The Board also can revoke parole of those offenders who do not abide by the conditions of their supervision. In addition, the Board reviews applications for executive clemency and makes non-binding recommendations to the Governor.
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