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Member guidance for cases where the prisoner’s first language is not English (or Welsh), and translation of documents, or an interpreter, may be needed.
Member guidance for cases where the prisoner’s first or preferred language is Welsh, as well as any other individual that communicates with the Board in Welsh.
Parole Board member recruitment
Revised Guidance on Types of Cases Guidance
Revised Guidance on Judicial Reviews and Private Law Claims
Revised Guidance on Foreign National Prisoners
The Secretary of State has approved the appointment of 46 members, the extension of the tenure of appointment of 3 members and the reappointment of 48 members.
CEO Martin Jones outlines the Parole Board's stance following the introduction of the Prisoners (Disclosure of Information About Victims) Act 2020, known as Helen's Law.
Revised Guidance on Quality Assurance
Revised Guidance on Restricted Patients and the Mental Health Act.
The Parole Board is holding two online events with Cambridge Centre for Criminal Justice and the Institute of Criminology to explore the future of parole.
The Parole Board has released the following statement after the Prisoners (disclosure of information about victims) Bill received Royal Assent.
The Parole Board and PPCS have been looking at how to support both the parole review and executive release process, in a way which avoids a duplication of work.
The Parole Board has released the following statement in light of the Government's announcement of a second lockdown.
Martin Jones welcomes the new Government Root and Branch review of parole and explores the possibility of holding certain parole hearings in court
This interim guidance has been created in order to assist members on how to remain flexible and progress cases during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Parole Board is committed to protecting and promoting equality and diversity and this guidance sets out its duty under the Equality Act 2010
Parole Board duty members deal with requests received from the Secretary of State or the prisoner/legal representative that fall outside routine processes.
This is guidance for Parole Board members when a situation arises that a case cannot be progressed at any stage during a review.
This guidance offers information on the Board's duties under the Code of Practice for Victims of Crime.
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