In 1986, the Legislature created the Indeterminate Sentence Review Board as the successor
agency to the Board of Prison Terms and Paroles.
The Indeterminate Sentence Review Board has two distinct caseloads:
1. Indeterminate sentences for offenders who committed their crimes prior to July 1, 1984,
and sentenced to prison.
2. Determinate plus sentences for offenders who committed a specific sex or sexually
motivated crime on or after September 1, 2001.
The Board conducts hearings with offenders sentenced prior to July 1, 1984. The law states that
the Board shall not release a prisoner until his or her maximum term expires unless, in the
Board’s opinion, his or her rehabilitation has been complete and he or she is a fit subject for
The Board conducts hearings with offenders with determinate plus sentences to determine
whether it is more likely than not that the offender will engage in sex offenses if released under
the conditions set by the Board.
The Board holds hearings within a Department of Corrections’ facility or institution. For safety
reasons and to reduce costs, the hearings are most often held in the facility in which the offender
The Board is composed of a full-time Chair and two part-time members. All members are
appointed by the governor and confirmed by the Senate. Board staff includes an Executive
Director, a Data, Planning and Research Administrator, a Confidential Secretary, a Victim Liaison,
three Hearings Investigators, three Correctional Records Specialists, an Information Technology
Specialist 3 and an Office Assistant 3.
The Board’s operating budget is appropriated by the Legislature. It collects no revenue. The
fiscal year 2006 budget was $1.1 million.
The above information is from the State Auditors (Audit Report Search) webpage
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