What Is DD Form 2715 Series?
The DD Form 2715 Series is a set of reports used within the correctional system of the U.S. Army for purposes of clemency, restoration to duty, parole, or other related actions. The series consists of four forms in total: DD Form 2715, DD Form 2715-1, DD Form 2715-2, and DD Form 2715-3. All forms are reviewed by the Army Clemency and Parole Board (ACPB) along with the prisoner's parole statement and letters of application for restoration or reenlistment.
- DD Form 2715, Clemency/Parole Submission, is a form used by the United States Army correctional system in case of clemency or parole. The Clemency/Parole Submission form is one of several forms used for compiling and presenting information about a prisoner.
- DD Form 2715-1, Disposition Board Recommendation, is used by Confinement facility disposition boards to provide clemency and parole recommendations to the ACPB.
- DD Form 2715-2, Prisoner Summary Data is a document, used in purposes of compiling and presenting information about a prisoner and their offense. The DD 2715-2 can be used as an admission or progression summary and is presented to the Clemency and Parole Board for preliminary parole consideration.
- DD Form 2715-3, Prisoner Restoration, Return to Duty, Clemency and Parole Statement, is filed by inmates eligible for preliminary parole consideration. The form must be filed by all inmates regardless of whether they desire parole or not.
Prisoners who refused or were denied parole by the ACPB may request parole again prior to the next annual eligibility date.
This form is part of a series of forms used for gathering information related to a prisoner and their case.
This form is used by Confinement facility disposition boards to provide clemency and parole recommendations to the Clemency and Parole Boards concerned.
This document is used by the U.S. Army correctional system for purposes of compiling and presenting information about a prisoner and their offense.
This is a document used by the U.S. Army correctional system to make a request for return to duty, consideration for preliminary parole or clemency.