Parole - FAQs
We cannot give an exact date but you may call 1-334-353-7771 on Wednesday afternoon for the releases scheduled for the following Monday.
No, the inmate is not allowed to attend.
No, if the split sentence is the only case he has. However, if he has other cases, he would be eligible after the mandatory time of the split is completed, unless the split sentence is consecutive.
The Bureau of Pardons and Paroles does not transfer inmates, this is handled by the Department of Corrections. They can be reached at (334) 353-9500.
The Bureau of Pardons and Paroles does not place inmates on work release, SIR, or PDL. This is handled by the Department of Corrections. They can be reached at (334) 353-9500.
Yes, if you have a disability and need special assistance, contact (334) 353-3480 or for hearing impaired (334) 242-0110.
Upon the completion of a sentence or after a person has completed 3 consecutive years of successful Alabama parole. Persons still under sentence and not having completed 3 years of successful parole may apply for a pardon, but it must be based on innocence and requires the approval of the sentencing court or prosecuting District Attorney. An individual placed on supervised or unsupervised probation may apply for a pardon after completion of their probationary period.