(d) A representative of the mental hygiene consultation service.
(e) An experienced senior NCO, in the grade of E7 or above, for those cases involving enlisted
personnel. This individual is frequently the senior corrections NCO.
(2) A member of the consulting counseling and evaluation section will be selected to act as recorder for
the clemency board. He should be a mature and capable individual. He must not be prone to loose talk
regarding the deliberations of the clemency board and must accurately record the proceedings.
(3) In addition to the above members specified by regulation, a representative of the staff judge advocate
is normally appointed as a member of the board. The senior corrections NCO, if not the individual specified
previously, usually attends these board meetings in a nonvoting capacity along with the confinement officer.
The senior officer appointed to the board acts as president, establishes voting policies, and is responsible for
submitting a record of board proceedings to the installation commander.
(4) The clemency board will convene at least once monthly at the confinement facility to consider the
cases of all prisoners eligible for clemency.
(5) The facility commander establishes schedules to ensure that the prisoner applying for clemency is
considered by the board when eligible. The confinement officer's presentation to the board will be objective
and factual. It may be oral, written, or a combination of both. It will, however, include all pertinent details
(b) Sentence imposed.
(c) Status of the prisoner.
(d) Total time served in confinement.
(e) Period of service obligation remaining on enlistment requirement should clemency be favorably
(f) Previous court-martial convictions, if any.
(h) Civil arrest record, if any.
(i) There will also be a comment regarding response to correctional treatment, pertinent favorable
factors, pertinent unfavorable factors, and other considerations appropriate to the individual case.
(6) The regional confinement facility clemency board's recommendations and comments together with
classification material will be submitted to the installation commander with the record of board proceedings.
Based upon these documents, the installation commander grants clemency to those prisoners he finds deserving.
b. Clemency Consideration.