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(1) The chairperson of the parole commission shall administer and supervise the commission and its activities and shall be the final parole-granting authority, except as provided in s. 304.02.
(2) The parole commission shall conduct regularly scheduled interviews to consider the parole of eligible inmates of the adult correctional institutions under the control of the department of corrections, eligible inmates transferred under ch. 51 and under the control of the department of health services and eligible inmates in any county house of correction. The department of corrections shall provide all of the following to the parole commission:
(a) Records relating to inmates which are in the custody of the department and are necessary to the conduct of the commission's responsibilities.
(b) Scheduling assistance for parole interviews at the correctional institutions.
(c) Clerical support related to the parole interviews.
(d) Appropriate physical space at the correctional institutions to conduct the parole interviews.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Wisconsin Statutes Corrections (Ch. 301 to 304) § 304.01. Parole commission and commission chairperson; general duties - last updated January 01, 2018 | https://codes.findlaw.com/wi/corrections-ch-301-to-304/wi-st-304-01/
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