N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. tit. 9 § 8000.2

Current through Register Vol. 43, No. 52, December 29, 2021
Section 8000.2 - Definitions

When used in this Subtitle:

(a) Board means the State Board of Parole in the Executive Department.
(b) Division means the Division of Parole in the Executive Department.
(c) Board member means a member of the State Board of Parole.
(d) Chairman means a member of the State Board of Parole who is designated by the Governor to serve in that capacity.
(e) Final revocation hearing means a hearing to determine whether a person released on parole or conditional release has violated one or more of the conditions of release in an important respect.
(f) Preliminary hearing means a hearing to determine whether there is probable cause to believe that a person on parole or conditional release has violated one or more of the conditions of release in an important respect.
(g) Hearing officer means an employee of the division appointed by the chairman, pursuant to section 259-d of the Executive Law, who is authorized to conduct final revocation hearings, and may be designated by the board to conduct preliminary hearings.
(h) Presiding officer means a board member or a hearing officer who conducts a final revocation hearing.
(i) Adversary officer means an employee of the division who may represent the Division of Parole at preliminary or a final revocation hearing. A parole officer, senior parole officer, area supervisor, or parole revocation specialist or other employee designated by the chairman may act as an adversary officer.
(j) Parole officer means an employee of the division whose duties may include but are not limited to the supervision of persons on parole or conditional release, performance of nonclerical duties in institutions, and the representation of the Division of Parole at preliminary and final revocation hearings.
(k) Designated officer means any officer of the division whom the board has designated to issue and sign a warrant for the retaking and detention of any releasee.
(l) Preliminary hearing officer means an employee of the division who is designated by the board to conduct preliminary hearings.
(m) Releasee means a paroled or conditionally released person or a prisoner received under the Uniform Act for out-of-state parolee supervision.
(n) Final declaration of delinquency means a declaration of delinquency issued by the board where a releasee has been convicted of a new felony committed while under his present parole or conditional release supervision and a new indeterminate or determinate sentence has been imposed. The issuance of a final declaration of delinquency eliminates the necessity for a final revocation hearing.
(o) Filed means received at the appropriate office of the Division of Parole.

N.Y. Comp. Codes R. & Regs. Tit. 9 § 8000.2