Inmate TPM Lookup
A Tentative Parole Month is NOT a final parole decision. A Tentative Parole Month or TPM represents when the Board will complete a final review of the offender’s case and, if appropriate, set a parole release date. The Tentative Parole Month is conditioned on good conduct in prison, and possibly on successful completion of a drug, alcohol, or sex-offender counseling program, or other pre-condition(s). Reports from the Department of Corrections of misconduct by the offender will usually result in parole postponement or cancellation of the TPM.