Here is an example of the information that is used by a parole board
when looking for information about you.

Please feel free to copy this to use as a guide line when writing your own letter.

When a victim/survivor visits with their department of corrections, one of the best ways to introduce yourself to the individual members, is to state as simply and as briefly as possible the following information in writing:

1) Summary of physical injuries, medical information from original hospital stay, subsequent medical treatment (s), if any, resulting from the sustained injuries

2) Current medical status

3) Extent of psychological impact on the victim (past and present) and family (past and present)

4) Amount of financial impact on the victim and family

5) Current opinion about the inmate and his/her eligibility for parole, probation, or release

As with all letters or emails sent to parole boards, make sure to include
the inmate's name and prisoner I.D. number.

FOR YOUR SAFETY AND PRIVACY,
MARK ALL ENVELOPES AND LETTERS AND EMAILS
"CONFIDENTIAL"!!!


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