The powers and duties of the state *board of prison terms and paroles, relating to (1) the supervision of parolees of any of the state penal institutions, (2) the supervision of persons placed on probation by the courts, and (3) duties with respect to persons conditionally pardoned by the governor, are transferred to the secretary of corrections.
This section shall not be construed as affecting any of the remaining powers and duties of the *board of prison terms and paroles including, but not limited to, the following:
(1) The fixing of minimum terms of confinement of convicted persons, or the reconsideration of its determination of minimum terms of confinement;
(2) Determining when and under what conditions a convicted person may be released from custody on parole, and the revocation or suspension of parole or the modification or revision of the conditions of the parole, of any convicted person.
[1981 c 136 § 81; 1979 c 141 § 173; 1967 c 134 § 7.]
*Reviser's note: The "board of prison terms and paroles" was redesignated the "indeterminate sentence review board" by 1986 c 224, effective July 1, 1986.
Effective date—1981 c 136:
See RCW 72.09.900