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Hearing Attendee Information

The Commission holds all hearings via the Webex online meeting application, with all offenders and participants attending virtually. The public is strongly encouraged to attend hearings virtually using Webex. To meet the requirement in the Open Meetings Act for a physical location, the Executive Director will be present at the Idaho State Police (ISP) District 3 Office at 700 S. Stratford Drive, Meridian, Idaho. We request those attending hearings in person, contact our office at least 24 hours in advance. Those attending in person at the Idaho State Police office must dress accordingly and have an ID available.

For more information on attending hearings, using Webex, or the daily hearing order, please click here.

To testify at a hearing, you must register at least 5 days prior to the hearing.

  • One Attorneys will be allowed to testify at the end of the hearing
  • One Supporter, who has registered 5 days in advance of the hearing, will be allowed to testify at the beginning of the hearing. Please use the name you registered with when you log into Webex so we are able to identify you.
  • Victims or victims representatives will provide their testimony at the end of the hearing, just prior to the Commission going into executive session.
  • If you are attending via telephone, please call using the phone number you provided when registering so we are able to identify you.
  • Attendees will be muted by Commission staff upon entering the hearing session and video feeds will be disabled. Those who are scheduled to testify will be invited by the Commission to unmute themselves and turn video on when appropriate.
  • Please maintain appropriate dress and conduct while on video. If your behavior is disruptive or inappropriate you may be removed from the meeting by Commission staff.
  • The daily hearing schedule can be found by visiting the Commission Hearing Schedule page.


Hearing Attendee Registration

  • **Minors will not be allowed to attend hearings without the permission of the Executive Director.
  • **Only 1 person will be allowed to testify on behalf of the offender. If you are a Victim please contact Parole Victim Services at 208-639-8568 or email for further information on providing testimony at parole hearings.

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