22 August 2013 — Corporate information
The Parole Board is an independent body that carries out risk assessments on prisoners to determine whether they can be safely released into the community.
21 April 2017 — Detailed guide
Improving victims engagement in the parole process
21 May 2018 — Detailed guide
An outline of the parole process
The Parole Board decides whether prisoners who are serving certain types of sentences can be released.
21 May 2018 — News story
Parole hearings are conducted by Parole Board Members, who come from a variety of backgrounds
14 September 2018 — Guidance
Members of the public can request summaries of parole decisions using this form
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Parole Board is an executive non-departmental public body, sponsored by the Ministry of Justice.
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Please be aware that the Parole Board will not comment on details of individual cases.
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