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Parole comments to be online

Eighteen criminal offenders in custody of the Kansas Department of Corrections are scheduled for parole hearings with the Prisoner Review Board during the month of March, and may become eligible for parole in April.

Each month, the Prisoner Review Board offers multiple forums through which the general public, public officials, victims, and family or friends of an offender can comment either in support or opposition of parole suitability one month prior to an offender’s parole hearing.

The next public comment session for the Kansas Department of Corrections’ Prisoner Review Board will be held from 9-11 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 8, via Zoom. Those wishing to join the webinar must register to receive the Zoom link for Tuesday’s session at Note that registration submissions received after noon on Monday, February 7, will not be accepted. Another webinar will be held from 1-3 p.m. on Feb. 23. Written comments are also accpeted. None of the prisoners scheduled for parole hearings in March have convictions in the Golden Belt.