Below are Department of Corrections (DOC) policies that apply to the Indeterminate Sentence Review Board (ISRB).
- DOC 320.100 Indeterminate Sentence Review Board (ISRB)
- DOC 320.105 Pre-Sentencing Reform Act (SRA) Hearings
- DOC 320.110 Community Custody Board/.420 Hearings
- DOC 320.120 Juvenile Board
- DOC 320.145 Violator Confinement in Department Facilities
- DOC 350.100 Earned Release Time
- DOC 350.300 Mutual Re-Entry Program
- DOC 350.750 Warrants, Detainers, and Holds
- DOC 380.650 Travel for Individuals Supervised in the Community
- DOC 390.600 Imposed Conditions
- DOC 460.130 Response to Violations and New Criminal Activity
Below are Department of Corrections (DOC) forms relating to the Indeterminate Sentence Review Board that may be applicable.
- DOC 02-407 Statement to the Indeterminate Sentence Review Board
- DOC 09-302 Final Discharge Request
Individuals previously incarcerated under the jurisdiction of the Department of Corrections Indeterminate Sentence Review Board for crimes committed prior to July 1, 1984 in Washington State may use this form to request final discharge and restoration of civil rights.
- Victim Request for Limited Confidentiality
Victims or survivors may request that their current statement and all future statements in the ISRB case be treated as confidential to the limited extent that the Board is legally permitted to do so.
- Victim Statement Template
Victims or survivors may write a statement to the Board to consider during release/parole proceedings.
Laws & Regulations
- Washington State Constitution
Article I, Section 35 Victims of Crimes -- Rights (page 7)
Revised Code of Washington (RCW)
- RCW 7.69 – Crime Victims, Survivors, and Witnesses
The complete chapter.
- RCW 7.69.010 – Intent.
The intent of RCW Chapter 7.69 Crime Victims, Survivors, and Witnesses.
- RCW 7.69.020 – Definitions.
The definitions of "crime", "survivor(s)", "victim", "victim impact statement", "witness", and "crime victim/witness program" as defined in RCW Chapter 7.69 Crime Victims, Survivors, and Witnesses.
- RCW 7.69.030 – Rights of victims, survivors, and witnesses.
There shall be a reasonable effort made to ensure that victims, survivors of victims, and witnesses of crimes have the following rights, which apply to any criminal court and/or juvenile court proceeding...
- RCW 7.69.040 – Representation of incapacitated or incompetent victim.
A victim who is incapacitated or otherwise incompetent shall be represented by a parent or present legal guardian, or if none exists, by a representative designated by the prosecuting attorney without court appointment or legal guardianship proceedings. Any victim may designate another person as the victim's representative for purposes of the rights enumerated in RCW 7.69.030.
- RCW 7.69.050 – Construction of chapter – Other remedies or defenses.
- RCW 7.69A.010 – Legislative intent.
The legislature recognizes that it is important that child victims and child witnesses of crime cooperate with law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies and that their assistance contributes to state and local enforcement efforts and the general effectiveness of the criminal justice system of this state.
- RCW 7.69A.020 – Definitions.
The definitions of "crime", "child", "victim", "witness", "family member", "advocate", "court proceedings", "identifying information", and "crime victim/witness program" as defined in RCW Chapter 7.69A Child Victims and Witnesses.
- RCW 7.69A.030 – Rights of child victims and witnesses.
In addition to the rights of victims and witnesses provided for in RCW 7.69.030, there shall be every reasonable effort made by law enforcement agencies, prosecutors, and judges to assure that child victims and witnesses are afforded the rights enumerated in this section.
- RCW 7.69A.040 – Liability for failure to notify or assure child's rights.
The failure to provide notice to a child victim or witness under this chapter of the rights enumerated in RCW 7.69A.030 shall not result in civil liability so long as the failure to notify was in good faith and without gross negligence.
- RCW 7.69A.050 – Rights of child victims and witnesses–Confidentiality of address–Notice of right–Penalty.
At the time of reporting a crime to law enforcement officials and at the time of the initial witness interview, child victims or child witnesses of violent crimes, sex crimes, or child abuse and the child's parents shall be informed of their rights to not have their address disclosed by any law enforcement agency, prosecutor's office, defense counsel, or state agency without the permission of the child victim or the child's parents or legal guardian.
- RCW 7.69B.005 – Intent–Finding.
The legislature recognizes that it is important that dependent persons who are witnesses and victims of crime cooperate with law enforcement and prosecutorial agencies and that their assistance contributes to state and local enforcement efforts and the general effectiveness of the criminal justice system.
- RCW 7.69B.010 – Definitions.
The definitions of "crime", "dependent person", "victim", "witness", "family member", "advocate", "court proceedings", "identifying information", and "crime victim/witness program" as defined in RCW Chapter 7.69B.
- RCW 7.69B.020 – Rights Enumerated.
In addition to the rights of victims and witnesses provided for in RCW 7.69.030, there shall be every reasonable effort made by law enforcement agencies, prosecutors, and judges to assure that dependent persons who are victims or witnesses are afforded the rights enumerated in this section.
- RCW 7.69B.030 – Testimony—Videotaped depositions.
The prosecutor or defense may file a motion with the court at any time prior to commencement of the trial for an order authorizing the taking of a videotape deposition for the purpose of preserving the direct testimony of the moving party's witness if that witness is a dependent person.
- RCW 7.69B.040 – Liability for violating chapter–Actions based on other state or federal laws.
The failure to provide notice to a dependent person of the rights enumerated in this chapter or the failure to provide the rights enumerated shall not result in civil liability so long as the failure was in good faith.
- RCW 7.69B.900 – Crime victims and witnesses–dependent persons
Severability – Decodified by the code reviser, July 2016.
- RCW 9.94A.730 – Early release for persons convicted of one or more crimes committed prior to eighteenth birthday–Petition to indeterminate sentence review board–Conditions–Assessment, programming, and services–Examination–Hearing–Supervision–Denial of petition.
- RCW 9.95 – Indeterminate Sentences
The complete chapter of indeterminate sentences.
- RCW 9.95.003 – Appointment of board members–Qualifications–Duties of chair–Salaries and travel expenses–Staffing.
The ISRB shall consist of five members, to include a chair and four other members appointed by the Governor.
- RCW 9.95.011 – Minimum terms.
The minimum terms of RCW Chapter 9.95 Indeterminate Sentences..
- RCW 9.95.100 – Prisoner released on serving maximum term.
Any person convicted of a felony committed before July 1, 1984, and undergoing sentence in a state correctional institution, shall be discharged from custody on serving the maximum punishment provided by law for the offense of which such person was convicted, or the maximum term fixed by the court where the law does not provide for a maximum term.
- RCW 9.95.420 – Sex offenders–End of sentence review–Victim input.
The board shall provide opportunities for the victims of any crimes for which the inmate has been convicted to present statements.
- RCW 10.95.030 – Sentences for aggravated first degree murder.
Complete sentences for any persons convicted of the crime of aggravated first degree murder.
- RCW 72.04A – Probation and Parole
The complete chapter.
Washington Administrative Code (WAC)
Below are Department of Corrections (DOC) publications that apply to the Indeterminate Sentence Review Board.