Vermont Parole Board
The Vermont Parole Board has five major responsibilities:
- To interview offenders eligible for parole and either grant or deny parole.
- To interview an offender on Supervised Community Sentence, upon expiration of the minimum sentence, and either grant parole, continue the offender under Supervised Community Sentence until the expiration of their maximum sentence, or terminate the offender from supervision altogether.
- To conduct hearings involving parolees or Supervised Community Sentence offenders who have allegedly violated conditions of their release. The Board decides in these hearings if the violations have been substantiated by substantial evidence and decides the appropriate course of action.
- To conduct parole eligibilty reviews for offenders who are not appearing before the Board in person.
- To conduct hearings for offenders recommended for early discharge, and for modification of parole conditions.
Tentative Parole Board Schedules
For information about:
- Parole Board Membership, including a listing of current Board members
- Decision Making by the Parole Board
- Vermont Parole Board Annual Report
- Vermont Parole Board Manual REVISED (MAY 11, 2012)
If you have additional questions about the Vermont Parole Board, or would like a schedule of upcoming Parole Board interviews, please contact Sue Blair at (802) 652-6537
or email the VT Parole Board Office at AHS-DOC-ParoleBoardOffice@state.vt.usVT Parole Board,
103 South Main Street,
Waterbury, VT 05671
The Vermont Parole Board is an independent autonomous agency, separate from the Department of Corrections. This page is placed here in cooperation with the Parole Board as a service to the citizens of Vermont. The Vermont Agency of Human Services provides support for the Vermont Parole Board.