Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles determines the conditions of parole and mandatory supervision, revocation of parole and recommends the resolution of clemency matters to the governor. Its board general counsel's responsibility is to provide legal opinions, advice and counsel related to appeals, alternative dispute resolution, clemency, complaints, legislation, litigation, parole guidelines and rules to board. The board is responsible to track and notify new and updated legislation that affects the board. Texas Board of Pardons and Paroles receives reviews, verifies and redacts arrest records of a court order granting statutory right of an individual who is arrested and charges are dismissed. The board is located in Houston.