SEC. 47-7-19. Correctional system officials to permit access to offenders and to give information to board.
It shall be the duty of all correctional system officials to grant to the members of the board or its properly accredited representatives, access at all reasonable times to any person over whom the board may have jurisdiction under this chapter; to provide for the board or such representatives facilities for communicating with and observing the offender; and to furnish to the board such reports as the board shall require concerning the conduct and character of any offender in the department of corrections custody and any other facts deemed by the board pertinent in determining whether such offender shall be paroled.
It shall be the duty of any judge, district attorney, county attorney, police officer, or other public official of the state, having information with reference to any person eligible for parole, to send such information as may be in his possession or under his control to the board, in writing, upon request of any member or employee thereof.
SOURCES: Codes, 1942, Sec. 4004-10; Laws, 1950, ch. 524, Sec. 11; 1956, ch. 262, Sec. 5; 1976, ch. 440, Sec. 83; reenacted, 1981, ch. 465, Sec. 99; reenacted, 1984, ch. 471, Sec. 109; reenacted, 1986, ch. 413, Sec. 109, eff from and after passage (approved March 28, 1986).