Utah Board of Pardons & Parole

Victims of Crime

Follow this link to better understand how the Board of Pardons and Parole works for victims of crime and find access to a variety of victim services

Board Hearings

The Board conducts a variety of hearings for a variety of purposes. This link explains the various types of hearings conducted and why they are conducted. You can also find live hearings and prior hearing decisions that are simple to search.

How the Board Operates

The Board of Pardons and Parole is responsible for many different services. Its operations can be complicated. Here we will break it down to help clarify the work that is done, the people who are served and the critical responsibilities required.

Frequently Asked Questions

Follow this link to find and discover the answers to questions commonly asked about Utah's Board of Pardons and Parole

Helpful Links

Here you will be able to find links to many helpful websites including state and federal justice agencies, as well as various branches of government

Search Hearings & Decisions

Board of Pardons and Parole Hearings are public hearings. Follow this link to search for hearings or decisions. You can search by individual names, by specific offender number or by date range.

Pardon Process

The Board has Constitutional responsibility for the state's pardon process. Follow this link for instructions on how to apply for a pardon, forms that must be completed and sources where you may be able to find legal assistance.

Current Board Members

The Utah Board of Pardons and Parole is comprised of five full-time members are appointed by the Governor with the consent of the Utah State Senate. Current Board Members are found here.

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Live Broadcasted Hearings

When the Board is conducting hearings, which are open and available to the public, those hearings are streamed live on the Internet. Check here to see if any hearings are currently underway.

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