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Parole Board member recruitment
Parole Board's Complaints Policy and Code of Conduct for Members and Staff.
The Parole Board decides whether prisoners who are serving certain types of sentences can be released.
The Parole Board Rules 2019 were introduced on 22 July 2019 and apply to all parole cases referred to the Parole Board on or after that date.
This is the guide for Parole Board oral hearings.
The Parole Board reconsideration mechanism was launched on 22 July 2019. This allows parties to the case to challenge a parole decision made on or after 22 July 2019.
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.
The Parole Board has issued guidance to members on the termination of IPP licences for prisoners 10 years after their initial release.
New guidance on Helen's Law sets out information and advice regarding the Board’s duty to consider the non-disclosure of information about victims by prisoners
Parole Board continue to follow government advice to postpone all oral hearings
The Parole Board is committed to protecting and promoting equality and diversity and this guidance sets out its duty under the Equality Act 2010
The Parole Board has published guidance for its members on the consideration of allegations which have been made against a prisoner.
Improving victims engagement in the parole process
Revised Guidance on Quality Assurance
Members of the public can now request summaries of parole decisions.
Revised Guidance on Foreign National Prisoners
The is a public guide to show the Decision-Making Framework used by Parole Board members
Revised Guidance on Judicial Reviews and Private Law Claims
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 is for anyone wishing to support or help someone in prison who is going through a parole
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