To ensure that parolees are discharged in accordance with its policies and with state laws, Corrections should make certain that the appropriate authority makes decisions to discharge or retain parolees.
Corrections new policy memorandum clearly delineates discharge and retain authority. In addition, Corrections reports that its Case Records Office redefined the manner in which discharged cases are entered into its database. According to Corrections, Case Records Office staff have also been trained on new recording procedures for entering the appropriate discharge reason and code into its database. (See 2010-406 p. 277)
Agency responses received after June 2013 are posted verbatim.