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Public Comment Sessions

by CJ Perez last modified Nov 05, 2021 11:46 AM
Each month, the Prisoner Review Board offers multiple forums through which the general public, public officials, victims, and family or friends of an offender can comment either in support or opposition of parole suitability one month prior to an offender’s parole hearing.

November 15, 2021 PCS Link

by CJ Perez last modified Nov 05, 2021 01:11 PM

The link address is: https://kdoc.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_sf4nXGjTQLOnKrgafjEV1A

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November 2021 Schedule of Public Comment Sessions

by C.J. Perez — last modified Oct 18, 2021 12:48 PM
The November 2021 Public Comment Sessions will be conducted using a Zoom Webinar platform. Sessions will be offered on November 3rd and November 15th. Please be advised that the Prisoner Review Board will be accepting comments for offenders with hearings scheduled in both November AND December, as there will not be a December public comment session held. Those interested in attending or submitting correspondence to the Board may do so by registering and joining the scheduled Zoom Webinar and/or by mailing written comments to the PRB address included in the information below. Please utilize the Public Comment Forms in support or opposition in regard to offenders included on the December and January dockets. Please mail to the address provided below by no later than Friday, November 26th. E-mail correspondence may be directed to KDOC_PRB_Public_Comment@ks.gov *Please continue to watch this website for updates to include the Zoom link and instructions on registering for an upcoming session.

The Prisoner Review Board hereby announces the schedule of public comment sessions to be held in November via Zoom Webinar.  These specific comment sessions are held so that comments can be received from any interested citizens concerning inmates who are entitled by law to a parole hearing during the month of December 2021 and January 2022.  The attached list shows the county of convictions, which is not necessarily the inmate’s home, nor the county to which the inmate would return if granted parole. If parole is granted, the earliest the inmate could be released from incarceration would be in January/February 2022.  Meetings will be conducted on the dates and  as indicated below:  

IMPORTANT:  The Zoom meeting link included below will serve as your personal registration for the upcoming November 3rd public comment session.  Please follow the prompts within the registration page for confirmation and additional details.  Those wishing to attend the session are asked to join promptly at 9:00 a.m.  The session will end after the last participant/s that have joined at the designated start time have spoken to the Board.   

**Please note that registration for the November 3rd session will close at 12:00 p.m. (CST) on Tuesday, November 2nd.  Those interested in attending, must be registered prior to this time, as requests for late registration will not be permitted.    

November 03, 2021 November 15, 2021 
9:00-11:00 a.m.  2:00-4:00 p.m. 
Zoom Webinar  Zoom Webinar 


The Prisoner Review Board is interested in knowing the view of citizens concerning the possible parole of these inmates. Any citizen who would like to express comments on these inmates, but is unable to attend one of the Public Comment Sessions, may send a letter to: KANSAS DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS, PRISONER REVIEW BOARD;  714 SW JACKSON STREET, SUITE 300;  TOPEKA, KS 66603.

Inmates are required by law to receive a hearing when they become parole eligible. Parole eligibility is not necessarily the same as parole suitability. In determining parole suitability, the Parole Board considers the following ten areas: 1) crime; 2) prior criminal history; 3) program participation; 4) disciplinary record; 5) reports of physical/mental examinations; 6) comments received from the victim, the public and criminal justice officials; 7) prison capacity; 8) input from staff where offender is housed; 9) proportionality to sentence guidelines; and 10) risk factors revealed by any risk assessment.

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November 2021 Public Comment Offender List

by CJ Perez last modified Oct 28, 2021 10:52 AM
The following list of offenders are scheduled for parole hearings with the Prisoner Review Board during the month of December 2021. These offenders may become eligible for parole in January 2022.

January 2022 PE Offenders 

(Hearings will occur in December 2021) 

Commitment NameKDOC#County of OffenseCase #Kansas Offense CodeAttempted
Conspiracy
Solicitation
ECF
GILL,RAYMOND,E 0063455
Crawford 95CR389G Theft; Loss of >$500 <$25,000
Crawford 97CR266G Murder in the 2nd Degree (intentional)
Crawford 97CR266G Aggravated Criminal Sodomy; no consent; forced
STIMEC,JEFFREY,W 0094801
Wyandotte 07CR488 Aggravated Indecent Liberties,GE14<16,Sex Intercou
Wyandotte 07CR488 Aggravated Indecent Liberties,GE14<16,Sex Intercou
EDCF-C
JONES,CORY,E 0055168
Sedgwick 91CR167 Manuf,Poss,Distrib Opiates,Opium,Narcotic Drugs
Sedgwick 92CR183 Unlaw Possession of Firearms
Sedgwick 92CR183 Murder, 2nd degree A
Sedgwick 92CR183 Murder, 2nd degree
MILLIGAN,GARY,N 0031143
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Aggravated Robbery
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Aggravated Robbery
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Aggravated Sex Battery;Intentional Touching GE16
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Kidnapping
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Aggravated Robbery
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Kidnapping
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Aggravated Robbery A
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Kidnapping
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Robbery
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Kidnapping
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Aggravated Battery - Intentional, Bodily Harm
Sedgwick 07CR3246 Aggravated Robbery
Sedgwick 84CR125 Aggravated Robbery
Sedgwick 84CR125 Aggravated Assault
Sedgwick 91CR1473 Aggravated Robbery
Sedgwick 91CR1473 Kidnapping
EDCF-S
TAYLOR,GARY,D 0024132
Sedgwick CR7791 Burglary
Sedgwick 9057 Aggravated Kidnapping
HCF-E
HARRIS,VERNON,D,III 0060625
Sedgwick 02CR252 Murder in the First Degree
LCF-C
GILLIAM,JIMMY,WAYNE 0119136
Barton 15CR141 Aggravated Indecent Liberties/Child LT14;Fondling
JACKSON,DEONTAY,M 0118030
Shawnee 17CR724 Criminal Sodomy; w/ Child GE14, LT16
Shawnee 17CR724 Criminal Sodomy; w/ Child GE14, LT16
MORRIS,KENNETH,LEE 0037318
Leavenworth 13CR574 Agg Battery-Int, Grt Bodly Hrm
Osborne 81CR37 Theft ($100 or More)
Sedgwick 83CR1383 Manuf,Poss,Distrib Opiates,Opium,Narcotic Drugs
Ellis 83CR275 Aggravated Robbery
Shawnee 91CR2370 Voluntary Manslaughter
Douglas 91CR763 Aggravated Burglary
Douglas 91CR763 Murder, 1st degree
SYNORACKI,ROBERT 0054930
McPherson 91CR3372 Attempted Murder 1st A
LCF-E
FELICIANO,ISRAEL 0113182
Sedgwick 14CR2164 Agg Indecent Solicitation child <14 unlawful sex
Sedgwick 14CR2932 Agg. Endangering a Child
LCMHF
WALTER,KEITH,A 0057075
Wyandotte 92CR1512 Sexual Exploitation of a Child
NCF-C
STAFFORD,LAWRENCE,C 0034647
Shawnee 92CR55 Unlaw Possession of Firearms
Shawnee 92CR55 Aggravated Burglary
Shawnee 92CR55 Murder, 1st degree
TCF-C
FLYNN,DANA,L 0064573
Geary 94CR1053 Murder, 1st degree
Geary 94CR1053 Conspiracy to Murder 1st degree C
Geary 94CR1053 Perjury (Made in a Felony Trial) C
JACKSON,LANA,C 0076503
Sedgwick 02CR182 Murder in the First Degree
WCF
LUARKS,L,V 0033428
Douglas CR81718 Murder, 2nd degree

16 offender(s).


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December 2021 Public Comment Offender List

by CJ Perez last modified Oct 28, 2021 10:52 AM
The following list of offenders are scheduled for parole hearings with the Prisoner Review Board during the month of January 2022. These offenders may become eligible for parole in February 2022. *Please note that the residents on this list, will be included in the November Public Comment Session, as there are no sessions scheduled in December.

February 2022 PE Offenders 

(Hearing will occur in January 2022)

Commitment NameKDOC#County of OffenseCase #Kansas Offense CodeAttempted
Conspiracy
Solicitation
ECF
SPARKS,BENJAMIN,DEAN 0100838
Johnson 10CR1639 Aggravated Indecent Liberties/Child <14;Fondling
Johnson 10CR1639 Aggravated Indecent Solicitation Child <14,Place
Sedgwick 18CR1035 Violtn of the KS Offndr Registration Act 1st cnv
Sedgwick 18CR955 Aggravated Indecent Liberties GE14LT16; Fondling A
EDCF-C
BRYANT,ISSAC,D 0103136
Sedgwick 06CR775 Aggravated Robbery
Sedgwick 08CR791 Aggravated Escape From Custody - held on Felony
Sedgwick 09CR1905 Aggravated Escape From Custody - held on Felony
Sedgwick 09CR2956 Aggravated Sex Battery;Intentional Touching GE16
CRAVATT,SOOD,P 0064665
Cowley 96CR60A Murder in the First Degree
Cowley 96CR60A Aggravated Assault
ELLIOTT,JIM,C 0038737
Reno 83CR113 Unlaw Possession of Firearms
Reno 83CR215 Aggravated Kidnapping
Reno 83CR215 Aggravated Burglary
Reno 83CR215 Aggravated Burglary
PHAM,NGAN 0038272
Finney 02CR902 Murder in the First Degree
Finney 02CR902 Aggravated Kidnapping
Finney 02CR902 Kidnapping in Commission of a Crime
Finney 02CR902 Kidnapping in Commission of a Crime
Finney 02CR902 Kidnapping in Commission of a Crime
Finney 02CR902 Kidnapping in Commission of a Crime
Finney 02CR902 Kidnapping in Commission of a Crime
Finney 02CR902 Aggravated Robbery
Finney 02CR902 Aggravated Burglary
Finney 02CR902 Aggravated Burglary C
Sedgwick 82CR981 Murder, 1st degree
Reno 92CR54 Aggravated Assault
RIDLEY,ANTHONY 0117475
Sedgwick 15CR1928 Agg Indecent Solicitation child LT14 unlawful sex A
Sedgwick 15CR1928 Agg Battery - Bodily Harm Ddly Weapon/Manner
Sedgwick 15CR1928 Lewd and Lascivious Behavior Sexual Relations LT16
SHOPTEESE,LARRY,JR 0079740
Brown 02CR50 Murder in the First Degree
Brown 02CR50 Aggravated Burglary
HCF-C
BOHANNON,BRAZELL 0033333
Sedgwick 77CR2593 Burglary
Sedgwick 77CR2749 Burglary
Sedgwick 77CR2749 Theft ($100 or More)
Sedgwick 77CR588 Aggravated Robbery
BROWN,DAVID,C 0057800
Leavenworth 13CR690 Aggravated Assault
Butler 93CR14 Aggravated Robbery A
Butler 93CR14 Murder, 1st degree
DAVIS,DAVID 0093293
Saline 07CR950 Rape; Sex Intercourse With Child <14
LCF-C
HARKNESS,GREGORY,RAYMOND 0052748
Johnson K40202 Aggravated Assault
Johnson K40202 Aggravated Sodomy
Johnson K40202 Rape
Johnson K40202 Aggravated Kidnapping
Johnson K40202 Aggravated Kidnapping
MCALPINE,SHAWN,A 0115220
Franklin 16CR90 Aggravated Sex Battery;Intentional Touching GE16
Franklin 16CR90 Agg Battery - Bodily Harm Ddly Weapon/Manner
TETERS,JOHN,EDWARD 0036863
Linn 13CR54 Theft;Obtain Cntrl Prpty at least 1K less than25K
Linn 17CR127 Aggravated Assault
Linn 17CR127 Battery City or Co. corr.off/emp a person confined
Wyandotte 81CR0481 Murder, 2nd degree
Cowley 91CR120W Aggravated Escape From Custody
Wyandotte 95CR501 Aggravated Battery LEO-Intentional,Body Harm/Phys
VINCENT,CLIFTON 0034560
Wyandotte 79CR0408A Aggravated Robbery
Wyandotte 80CR0242A Aggravated Sodomy
LCMHF
CARLINE,RUSSELL,A 0009036
Wyandotte 21522CR Aggravated Sodomy
NCF-C
TOPHAM,RANDOLPH,P 0035105
Pratt 80CR305 Murder, 1st degree

16 offender(s).

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Overview and Instructions for Written Comments

by CJ Perez last modified Aug 03, 2020 04:31 PM

The Prisoner Review Board conducts monthly Public Comment Sessions in the cities of Derby, Topeka and Kansas City.  These sessions provide an opportunity to allow victims, family, public officials, community members, and other interested persons to express their support, opposition, concern, or comments regarding the potential parole of offenders who are scheduled for parole hearings the following month.

In addition to the Board members, a representative from the KDOC Office of Victim Services will be in attendance at each session to provide instructions and assistance. 

Notice of the Public Comment Sessions and a list of parole eligible offenders are posted at: Public Comment Sessions.  Public officials including District Attorneys, Victim/Witness Coordinators and other related correctional agencies across the State also receive notice of Public Comment Sessions.  Victims registered through the Department of Corrections Office of Victim Services will receive direct and confidential notification of these sessions (K.S.A. 74-7335). 

Instructions for completing a written comment form

Please use the offender's name, number and facility if known.  On the relationship line, please note your association to the offender.  Use the comment lines to provide the Board information not already included in the offender's file.  The Board will have information available on institutional adjustment and programs, therefore you will not need to cover these areas unless you have additional information.

Commenting in opposition of parole:

  • Please discuss the present physical, psychological, emotional and/or financial impact of the offenders actions against you, your family member and/or your friend.
  • State any special conditions you would like the Board to consider in the event that the offender is granted parole.

Commenting in support of parole:

  • Please list specific ways in which you can provide assistance to the offender in the community if parole is granted (i.e. residence, job, transportation).
  • Discuss changes you have observed in the offender.
  • Note any of the offender's potential risk areas or concerns.
  •  

The Public Comment Form is provided in portable document format (.pdf) to allow you the option to download, print, fax, mail or e-mail your comments to the Prisoner Review Board. 

The Online Public Comment Form may be used to electronically send your comments to the Prisoner Review Board.

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