Texas state law allows the general public to track an inmate’s parole status, and as long as you have the inmate’s basic information, you can request a status by phone, through their database or by sending an email to the Texas Department of Criminal Justice.Know More
Make sure you have the full name of the inmate, his Texas Department of Criminal Justice or state ID number and a date of birth.
Requests for the parole status of an offender can be made over the phone by calling one of justice department's telephone numbers.
Parole status can be verified online by entering the offender’s information. This index can only be used for current inmates.
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All release dates for paroled inmates are made available to the public through the VINE network. Contacting the correctional facility where the inmate is being held or checking the prison's website can also provide information on any upcoming parole hearings or release dates.Full Answer >
Individuals can find Texas Department of Criminal Justice inmates who made parole by calling the offender parole release status line at 512-406-5202. Callers must have either the TDCJ or SID number of the inmate or the inmate's exact date of birth to receive information.Full Answer >
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