Due to circumstances beyond the Commission’s control, all hearing dates and times are subject to change. Changes to the schedule will be updated on this page.
The Commission of Pardons and Parole holds hearings with all residents attending virtually. All supporters and members of the public are required to attend in person at the Commission office, located at 3056 Elder Street, Boise, Idaho. If you are a victim wishing to attend and/or provide testimony, please contact our Victim Coordination by calling 208-639-8568. The Commission office must be provided notice at least five days prior to the hearing if you are a supporter wishing to provide testimony at the hearing.
*Please note- the hearing order for the following day will be posted upon the closing of the current hearing session, be advised that hearings could go past 6 p.m. at times. In accordance with the Townhall Idaho Initiative, hearing agenda’s and schedules are now being posted at https://townhall.idaho.gov/.
For more information regarding parole hearings and how to register to attend a parole hearing click here.
To meet the requirement in the Open Meetings Act for a physical location, those wishing to attend hearings are welcome to attend at our office, located at 3056 Elder Street, Boise, Idaho. If you would like to attend hearings in person, please contact the Commission at least 24 hours in advance at 208-334-2520. Those attending in person must follow facility security protocols, to include having an ID available, passing security screening and avoiding entering with weapons or other restricted items. Please read the attached Commission Facility Security Policy for further information.
The following items are prohibited on Commission property:
- Bags, purses, backpacks, briefcases, etc.
- Alcoholic beverages
- Pets/animals; unless the animal is a service animal necessary to assist persons with disabilities or an animal in the service of law enforcement
- Drugs and narcotics
- Explosives and explosive devices
- OC Spray, mace, etc.
- Cell Phones or pagers
- Electronic devices to include cameras, audio video equipment, recording devices, etc.
- Computers, unless utilized by an attorney, representing a victim, resident or parole violator, with prior permission from the Executive Director
- Other objects or materials that might be used to injure, damage, or harm persons or property or disrupt Commission business
Parole Hearings 12/9/2022
- January 2022 – 12/29/2021
- February 2022 -01/28/2022
- March 2022 -02/25/2022
- April 2022 -03/26/2022
- May 2022 -04/29/2022
- June 2022 -05/27/2022
- July 2022 -06/24/2022
- August 2022 -07/22/2022
- September 2022 -08/26/2022
- October 2022 -09/23/2022
- November 2022 -10/25/2022
- December 2022 – 11/25/2022