(1) A hearing panel may conduct a hearing and rescind a previously granted parole if the offender has not left confinement or is on furlough status and the panel finds one of the following has occurred:
(a) the offender has committed disciplinary violations;
(b) there is a substantial change in the approved release plan; or
(c) new evidence or information shows the offender does not deserve a release.
(2) The panel will make its decision regarding rescission after it has considered all relevant information including the offender's own testimony regarding extenuation or mitigation.
(3) The presiding hearing panel member will conduct the rescission hearing informally and will make an audio and video record of it. The offender has the right to be present at the hearing, but may waive that right and admit the allegations are true.
(4) In lieu of scheduling a rescission hearing the board, through its staff, may delay the offender's release from confinement for up to 120 days for the reasons listed in (1).
(5) Unless a hearing panel otherwise orders, before an offender leaves prison confinement on parole, the offender must be clear of major disciplinary misconduct for a minimum of 120 days. If the offender is a resident of a community-based program, the offender must be clear of Class 100 and 200 disciplinary violations for at least 90 days.