The North Carolina Post-Release Supervision and Parole Commission is dedicated in its effort to provide information to victims.
Most victims are interested in how they can be aware and involved in the parole review process. The first step is to request notification.
Any victim who would like to be notified must submit a written request for notification of pending investigations or decisions in a case. Victims who are unsure if they are listed for notification should contact the commission at (919) 716-3010. It is very important for victims who wish to receive notification to contact the Commission of any address change so the notification data will remain accurate.
Victims may also be involved in the parole review process by submitting their opinions to the Commission concerning an upcoming parole review. There are two ways a victim may communicate with the Commission:
1. Victims may express their opinions about a case in writing at any time. They may also request that certain conditions be imposed on the offender upon release onto supervision. The letters are included in the inmate's file and the Commissioners take the letters into consideration during the decision-making process.
N.C. Post Release Supervision and Parole Commission
2020 Yonkers Road
4222 Mail Service Center
Raleigh N.C. 27699-4222
Web mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. Victims of violent or assaultive crimes whose offenders are in medium or minimum custody have the opportunity to meet with a commissioner to present information they feel is important for the Parole Commissioners to hear. The meetings are held once a week, are 30 minutes each and are limited to five persons per scheduled appointment. There is a limited number of appointments available and they are scheduled on a first-come first-serve basis. To request a meeting, call the Commission at (919) 716-3010.