Naval Clemency and Parole Board (NCPB)
To review case files of selected Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard offenders to determine eligibility for clemency or parole. To deny, grant or recommend clemency or parole to the Secretary of the Navy as appropriate. The Naval Clemency and Parole Board reviews clemency or parole cases for Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard prisoners and makes clemency determinations and recommendations and or parole determinations consistent with the needs of public safety and the individual inmate. The board coordinates with the Navy/Marine Corps correctional facilities and the United States Parole Commission to oversee and monitor the progress and conduct of Navy/Marine Corps and Coast Guard personnel.
The Naval Clemency and Parole Board maintains liaison with Department of Defense Correctional Activities, United States Parole Commission, Federal Bureau of Prisons, Administrative Office of the United States Courts Probation Division and other federal, states and local criminal justice organizations. The Naval and Clemency and Parole Board also provides oversight of corrections to include treatment programs and supports commanders in their custody, correctional treatment, and public safety responsibilities as well as provides compassionate system access and courteous support to victims and witnesses of crime, their families and inmate families.