Due to public health concerns surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic as well as Governor Lamont’s Executive Order, the Board’s offices at 55 West Main Street are currently closed to the public (Click here for DAS Visitor Policy) . Parole Release and Revocation hearings conducted by video-conference will continue as scheduled during normal business hours until further notice. Members of the public may access the following parole hearings via Teams Live Event video feed (Click here for instructions. The video will be available for viewing after the hearing as long as the link is posted on the website). Hearings start at 9am unless posted otherwise. Click on the below links to watch hearings on:

October 25th 2021:

PO Micalizzi Revocation Hearing R#1 .

PO Beaulieu Revocation Hearing R#3 .

All hearings will be conducted as MS Teams or Zoom Virtual Hearings and streamed LIVE on this website as well. Please check back periodically for updates and links. Please refresh or switch your web browser if the links are not working.


















Please note that in Connecticut, the expungement of an applicant’s criminal record is achieved with an Absolute Pardon only. Once an Absolute Pardon is granted, a collaborative effort begins between the Board of Pardons & Paroles, Judicial, Court Support Services, State Police, and the FBI to clear an applicant’s criminal record in Connecticut.  The entire process can take up to one year, depending on the volume of applications received. 

*Demographic information is provided voluntarily and is collected for reporting purposes only.*