Home Plan Status
Developing a home plan that can be approved is the responsibility of the incarcerated individual. Proposed home plans must start with the inmate at the state correctional institution. He/she needs to work with Department of Corrections (DOC) parole institutional staff to start this process. Parole supervision staff in the community investigate and approve/disapprove of the home plan. None of this process is conducted by the Parole Board. All of the home plan process is under the administration of the DOC. Incarcerated individuals, and their family members and friends, often write the Parole Board and ask about possible locations, why a plan was not approved, or what is causing the delay in the investigation. These are all questions that need to be asked to parole supervision staff under the DOC.