Senate Republicans on Monday announced plans to hold hearings on Parole Board policies and the recent granting of parole for convicted killers.

The hearings will be chaired by Sen. Pat Gallivan, the chairman of the Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction Committee.

Specific details of the hearings were yet to be announced.

Republicans have blasted Gov. Andrew Cuomo over the recent leniency by the Parole Board for those convicted of violent felonies, sex offenses and murder amid a worsening relationship with the governor in an election year.

Cuomo has granted more than 24,000 conditional pardons, one of which was for Herman Bell, who was convicted of murdering two police officers in 1971 and had received a life sentence. The pardons have coincided with an executive order issued by Cuomo granting them the right to vote.

“Andrew Cuomo’s Get Out the Vote operation includes pardoning the worst of the worst offenders,” said Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan. “Cop killers, pedophiles, and rapists should not be rewarded with a vote and the peace and freedom that they destroyed for others. We are deeply concerned that these individuals will be entering polling places in schools, and demand a full release of the conditional pardons.”

Updated: Cuomo spokesman Rich Azzopardi noted the Parole Board is an independent entity confirmed by the state Senate.

“We disagree with some of their decisions too, but it’s an independent board and all of its members are confirmed by the senate,” he said. “If they’re going to hold a hearing on themselves, they should also ask why they placed children’s lives at risk by playing politics with speed cameras.”

As for voting rights, Azzopardi said the action is one that has been taken by other states, including Washington, D.C.

“Fearmongering aside, this action puts New York in line with Washington DC and 18 other states, red and blue, and stops inequities that the Senate refused to address,” he said.