The Utah Board of Pardons and Parole has the exclusive constitutional and statutory authority to:


Pardon persons convicted of crimes

Commute death sentences

Commute or reduce any other sentence

Determine whether an inmate will be paroled prior to the statutory expiration of sentence

Impose and amend conditions of parole

Impose or remit restitution, fines, and fees

Impose sanctions for parole violations

Terminate sentences prior to expiration

Revoke parole and return parolees to prison

Conduct parole hearings

See Utah Code 77-27 for more information.