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To serve the citizens of Georgia by exercising the constitutional authority of executive clemency through informed decision-making, thereby ensuring public safety, protecting victims’ rights, and providing offenders with opportunities for positive change.
Find the parole status of an inmate.
Learn about the process, eligibility, and your rights.
Call for Parole Consideration and Eligibility questions
Find information about a parolee.
The Georgia Parole Board is a national model for stable and professional leadership.
Review Fiscal Year 2020 Annual Report
The Parole Board's monthly meeting scheduled for March 2, 2021, is canceled.
ATLANTA - Meg Heap was sworn in today as a member of the State Board of Pardons and Paroles by Governor Brian Kemp.
Former Chatham County District Attorney Meg Heap has been appointed to the State Board of Pardons and Paroles.