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The Parole Board laid before Parliament its Annual Report and Accounts for 2018/19 on Thursday 18 July 2019.
Parole Board Performance Data for 2018/19
1. Completed paper hearings conducted by the Parole Board from 2014/15 - 2018/19, split by sentence type, review type and outcome
2. Requests for oral hearings conducted by the Parole Board from 2014/15 - 2018/19, split by sentence type, review type and outcome
3. Completed oral hearings conducted by the Parole Board from 2014/15 - 2018/19, split by sentence type, review type and outcome
4. Paper hearings conducted by the Parole Board 2014/15 - 2018/19, split between whether the hearing was deferred or completed
5. Completed paper hearings by the Parole Board 2014/15 - 2018/19, by outcome
6. Requests for oral hearings conducted by the Parole Board 2014/15 - 2018/19, split by whether the request was granted or declined.
7. Oral hearings conducted by the Parole Board 2014/15 - 2018/19, split between whether the hearing was deferred or completed
8. Completed oral hearings by the Parole Board 2014/15 - 2018/19, by outcome
9. All hearings conducted by the Parole Board 2014/15 - 2018/19
10. All hearings conducted by the Parole Board from 2014-15 to 2018-19, by financial classification
*1 As a result of MCA, all MCA hearings are now conducted by a single member in the first instance.
*2 For historical reporting purposes ESP annual reviews are counted within pre-release determinate hearing statistics.
*2+3 Results are for all oral hearings irrespective of number of members on panel, due to reporting structures within the current system. Number of panel members are determined at MCA stage, whereas previously were pre-set on case type.
Register of Management Committee Members’ interests
The below details any additional interests or personal relationships that Management Committee members may have with outside bodies or individuals which might, to their knowledge, conflict with the work of the Ministry of Justice and its Agency.
It also includes details of political activities, shareholdings and sponsorships as well as interests of close family members/people living in the same household.
Parentkind, Discovery Schools Academies Trust Ltd, Venturezen Consulting Limited, Sims Property Limited, Financezen Limited, Venturezen Limited, Plexus UK (First Project) Limited, Omega Housing Limited, G And C Sims Limited, Member of Institute of Chartered Accountants England and Wales
Cafcass, The Criminal Cases Review Commission, One Housing (a London based housing association), JML Limited (a private company in retail), Nursing and Midwifery Council
Director DIS Management Consultancy Services Limited, Fitness to Practice Panel member, Nursing and Midwifery Council, Dfe Child Safeguarding Review Panel Member, Trustee P3 Governor Brighton University
Director of TDS Ltd, Youth Justice Agency (NI), HM Land Registry, Solicitor (not in practice), Fellow of Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, Liveryman Worshipful Company of Arbitrators, Member Ombudsman Association, Member Law Society, Member FRSA, Member Non-Executive Directors’ Association, Member Magistrates Association, Husband Steven Berg is a Medical Advisor to PHSO
Board member of Association of Chief Executives, European Vice-President of Association of Parole Authorities International
Associate Member of the College of Policing, Chair of the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisory Panel for St Edmundsbury and Ipswich