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What is a Tentative Parole Month?

A Tentative Parole Month (TPM) is the month during which an offender release is projected to occur. The Parole Board may change or cancel the tentative release for any reason up to the time that the offender is actually released. Some of the more common reasons that an offender is not released during the tentative Parole Month include:

  • Invalid post-release residence or employment plans
  • Detainers filed by authorities requiring resolution prior to the offender's release
  • Outstanding warrants requiring resolution prior to the offender's release
  • Disciplinary infractions by the offender
  • Community or Judicial opposition to the release

    For more information regarding the Parole process, as well as detailed instructions on how to contact the Parole Board, visit the Board's web page at http://www.pap.state.ga.us.