(730 ILCS 5/3-3-6)
(from Ch. 38, par. 1003-3-6)
Parole or release to warrant or detainer.
(a) If a warrant or detainer is placed against a person by
the court, parole agency, or other authority of this or any
other jurisdiction, the Prisoner Review Board shall inquire
before such person becomes eligible for parole or release
whether the authority concerned intends to execute or withdraw
the process if the person is released on parole or otherwise.
(b) If the authority notifies the Board that it intends
to execute such process when the person is released, the Board
shall advise the authority concerned of the sentence or
disposition under which the person is held, the time of
eligibility for parole or release, any decision of the
Board relating to the person and the nature of his or her adjustment
during confinement, and shall give reasonable notice to such
authority of the person's release date.
(c) The Board may parole or release a person to a warrant
or detainer. The Board may provide, as a condition of parole
or release, that if the charge or charges on which the warrant
or detainer is based are dismissed or satisfied, prior to the
expiration of his or her parole term, the authority to whose warrant
or detainer he or she was released shall return him to serve the
remainder of his or her parole term or such part thereof as the
Board may determine subject to paragraph (d) of Section 5-8-1.
(d) If a person paroled to a warrant or detainer is
thereafter sentenced to probation, or released on parole
in another jurisdiction prior to the expiration of his or her
parole or mandatory supervised release term in this State,
the Board may permit him or her to serve the remainder of his or her term,
or such part thereof as the Board may determine, in either of
(Source: P.A. 83-346.)