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How does parole work?

Parole is the investigation into persons who have offended in the past and deciding if they meet the qualifications to be released back into the general population under careful supervision.

How does a pardon work?

Investigations for Pardons, Voter Rights Restoration, and Remissions of Fines and Forfeitures are conducted by the Pardon Unit upon receipt of an application.

ABPP to Relocate in Mid-October | Sept. 27, 2019
MONTGOMERY, Al – Judge Charlie Graddick, Director, today said in mid-October the Bureau will enhance operations by joining the Alabama
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Parole Hearings to Resume Nov. 5 | Sept. 26, 2019
Montgomery, Al – Judge Charlie Graddick, director, today announced that parole board hearings will resume Nov. 5. Board hearings set
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AG Praises ABPP | Sept. 25, 2019
Montgomery, Al – Judge Charlie Graddick, Bureau director for Pardons and Paroles, today thanked Attorney Gen. Steve Marshall for publicly
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MISSION STATEMENT

It is the mission of this agency to promote and enhance public safety through cooperation and collaboration with the Legislature, the Courts, the Department of Corrections, other criminal justice agencies, victims, and the community by providing investigation, supervision, and surveillance services in a holistic approach to rehabilitating adult offenders.