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Pursuant to 61 Pa. C.S. §6101 et. seq. of the Prisons and Parole Code, which grants the Pennsylvania Parole Board (Board) its legal authority, the Board can:
  • Make parole decisions and supervise parolees with a maximum sentence of two years or more
  • Revoke parole of technical violators (TPVs) and convicted parole violators (CPVs)
  • Establish general conditions of supervision applicable to every paroled offender
  • Establish and modify special conditions of supervision for paroled offenders
  • Conduct several types of hearings regarding revocation and/or recission of an individual's parole
The Pennsylvania Parole Board’s regulations, including the presumptive ranges for backtime for convicted and technical parole violators: Board Regulations
The most often asked questions made to the Board regarding the location of various legal documents may be found at the following websites:
The Common Pleas Court docket information: County Common Pleas Court Docket