To print a page in the RCW, use your browser’s normal print functions (Ctrl-P on a PC, Command-P on a Mac, or File > Print on either). The resulting printed page will show just the content and not the banner at the top, the left-side navigation, or the footer links. To see how the page will look before you print it, use your browser’s Print Preview.

Chapter 9.95 RCW


Transfer of board to department of correctionsMembers of board shall exercise independent judgment.
Board of prison terms and paroles redesignated as indeterminate sentence review board.
Board considered parole board.
Appointment of board membersQualificationsDuties of chairSalaries and travel expensesStaffing.
Board meetingsQuarters at institutions.
Transaction of board's business in panelsAction by full board.
Board of prison terms and paroles redesignated indeterminate sentence review boardContinuation of functions.
Court to fix maximum sentence.
Minimum terms.
Application of sentencing reform act to board decision.
Finding of fact or special verdict establishing defendant armed with deadly weapon.
Criteria for confinement and parole.
Duties of superintendent of correctional institution.
Statement of prosecuting attorney provided to department, when.
Statement to indeterminate sentence review board.
Statement of prosecuting attorney.
Statement of prosecuting attorneyDelivery of statement.
Terms fixed by boardMinimums for certain cases.
Abused victimReduction in sentence for murder of abuserPetition for review.
Abused victimConsiderations of board in reviewing petition.
Redetermination and refixing of minimum term of confinement.
Reduction of sentences during war emergency.
When sentence begins to run.
Stay of judgmentWhen prohibitedCredit for jail time pending appeal.
Conviction upon new trialFormer imprisonment deductible.
Conditions of release.
Reductions for good behavior.
Revocation and redetermination of minimum for infractions.
Labor required.
Prisoner released on serving maximum term.
Parole of life term prisonersCrimes committed before July 1, 1984.
Duration of confinementMandatory life sentencesCrimes committed before July 1, 1984.
Suspension, revision of paroleCommunity corrections officersHearingRetaking violatorsReinstatement.
On-site revocation hearingProcedure when waived.
On-site revocation hearingRepresentation for alleged violatorsCompensation.
On-site parole or community custody revocation or violations hearingsConductWitnessesSubpoenas, enforcement.
On-site revocation hearingAttorney general's recommendationsProcedural rules.
On-site parole revocation hearingBoard's decisionReinstatement or revocation of parole.
On-site revocation hearingCooperation in providing facilities.
Parole-revoked offender as escapee.
Record of paroleesPrivacyRelease of sex offender informationImmunity from liabilityCooperation by officials and employees.
Court-ordered treatmentRequired disclosures.
Rules and regulations.
Rule making regarding sex offenders.
Governor's powers not affectedRevocation of paroles granted by board.
Board to inform itself as to each convictRecords from department of corrections.
Application of RCW 9.95.010 through 9.95.170 to inmates previously committed.
Probation by courtInvestigation by secretary of corrections.
Misdemeanant probation servicesCounty supervision.
Conditions of probation.
Assessments and intake fees for supervision of misdemeanant probationers.
Violation of probationRearrestImprisonment.
Court revocation or termination of probation.
Dismissal of information or indictment after probation completedVacation of conviction.
Community corrections officers.
Indeterminate sentence review boardSupervision of conditionally pardoned personsHearing.
Report to governor and legislature.
Compacts for out-of-state supervision of parolees or probationersUniform act.
Return of parole violators from another stateDeputizing out-of-state officers.
Return of parole violators from another stateDeputization procedure.
Return of parole violators from another stateContracts to share costs.
Assistance for parolees, work release, and discharged prisonersDeclaration of purpose.
Assistance for parolees, work release, and discharged prisonersSubsistence paymentsTerms and conditions.
Assistance for parolees, work release, and discharged prisonersDepartment may accept gifts and make expenditures.
Assistance for parolees, work release, and discharged prisonersUse and repayment of funds belonging to absconders.
Assistance for parolees, work release, and discharged prisonersUse and accounting of funds or property.
Assistance for parolees, work release, and discharged prisonersCommunity services revolving fund.
Assistance for parolees and discharged prisonersRepayment agreement.
Sex offendersEnd of sentence reviewVictim input.
OffendersPostrelease violations.
OffendersPostrelease arrest.
OffendersPostrelease transfer to more restrictive confinement.
OffendersReinstatement of release.
Application of certain laws to felonies committed before, on, or after certain dates.
Commitments: Chapter 10.70 RCW.
Counties may provide probation and parole services: RCW 36.01.070.
Final discharge: RCW 9.96.050.
Form of sentence to penitentiary: RCW 10.64.060.
Leaves of absence for inmates: RCW 72.01.370, 72.01.380.
Probation and parole, transfer of certain powers, duties to department of corrections: Chapter 72.04A RCW.
Restoration of civil rights: Chapter 9.96 RCW.
Victims of crimes, reimbursement by convicted person as condition of work release or parole: RCW 7.68.120.
Western interstate corrections compact, board members may hold hearings: RCW 72.70.040.