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The Parole Board makes decisions on:
the release of life and indeterminate sentence prisoners
the transfer of such prisoners to open conditions prior to release
the release of extended sentence prisoners
the release of ‘offenders of particular concern’ (SOPC sentences)
the release of prisoners serving ‘TORERA’ sentences (Terrorist Offenders (Restriction of Early Release) Act 2020)
the recall of offenders on licence
the re-release of offenders on licence following recall
For more information on sentencing generally, see Practice Notes: Sentences and the power to vary a sentence, Custodial sentences available for adult offenders, Mandatory life sentences, Discretionary life sentences and Sentencing dangerous offenders.
For more information on the functions of the Parole Board, see Practice Note: Functions of the Parole Board and guidance issued by the Parole Board.
The Secretary of State for Justice is empowered to make rules with respect to the proceedings of the Parole Board.
The Parole Board Rules 2019, SI 2019/1038 apply to all cases and direct applications before the Parole Board from 22 July 2019.
Practitioners should have regard to the rules when advising on a potential challenge to a Parole Board decision.
The Parole Board Rules are themselves susceptible to judicial review.
Note that, in 2018, the High Court (on a judicial review), found that rule 25 under the 2016 version of the Parole Board Rules (no longer
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