Parole

Parole

Earning the Privilege : A Discussion Paper on Improving the Parole Process

Microform - 1988
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Parole is the process whereby an individual who has been sentenced to a term of incarceration is given release into the community prior to the expiry date of his or her sentence through the recommendation of Parole Boards. This report discusses the basics of parole such as differentiating parole from probation, earned remission, mandatory supervision and other forms of release mechanisms. Discusses how parole is organized, how parole decisions are made, and how parolees are monitored and supervised. The second part of the report focuses on improving the principles of parole, the decision making processes of the Boards and supervision of parolees.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Attorney General, 1988
Description: 19 p
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 88-03813

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