Parole Board member recruitment 2019
The Parole Board decides whether prisoners who are serving certain types of sentences can be released.
Parole Board's Complaints Policy and Code of Conduct for Members and Staff.
Members of the public can request summaries of parole decisions using this form
This is the guide for Parole Board oral hearings.
Improving victims engagement in the parole process
The Parole Board has published guidance for its members on the consideration of allegations which have been made against a prisoner.
An outline of the parole process
This listing framework for Parole Board oral hearings sets out how the Parole Board prioritises oral hearings when there is a backlog.
The Easy Read guides help explain to prisoners how the parole process works.
Member Case Assessment (MCA) is the first stage of every case that is referred to the Parole Board and is conducted on paper by a single Parole Board member.
This guide for staff, offenders and their representatives covers what happens in the parole process, and the duties of the practitioners involved.
Guidance for Parole Board members and parole practitioners about what is expected of them when contributing to an oral hearing.
A new form for applications to vary Parole Board directions, request a deferral, request for additional witnesses, and ask for other information, was introduced on 1 November 2018.
This booklet answers common questions victims have about parole and how the Parole Board works.
How Parole Board members decide to refer cases to an oral hearing, and the rules they must follow when making this decision.
How to represent yourself at a parole review hearing, for prisoners on indeterminate sentence who don't have a lawyer.
The Parole Board has submitted its response to the MoJ consultation: "Reconsideration of Parole Board decisions: creating a new and open system."
Guidance for Parole Board members on the changes brought about by the Legal Aid, Sentencing and Punishment of Offenders (LASPO) Act 2012.
The Parole Board has launched its Welsh Language Scheme 2018-2020, which has been approved by the Welsh Language Commissioner/ Mae'r Bwrdd Parôl wedi lansio ei Gynllun Iaith Gymraeg 2018-2020, a gymeradwywyd gan Gomisiynydd yr Iaith Gymraeg
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