The following Corporate Crime practice note Produced in partnership with Simon Creighton of Bhatt Murphy Solicitors provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
The parole board is a corporate body required to advise the Secretary of State in relation to any matter referred to it concerning the early release or recall of prisoners. The Secretary of State is required to refer to the parole board in the following cases:
in respect of the initial release of prisoners serving sentences of four years or more when sentenced before 4 April 2005
before directing the re-release of prisoners serving determinate sentences who have been recalled to prison for breach of their licence
before directing the initial release of prisoners serving applicable extended determinate sentences
before directing the re-release of prisoners serving extended sentences (whenever imposed) who have been recalled to custody
before directing the release of prisoners serving life or indeterminate sentences prisoners (ISPs)
before directing the re-release of any ISP who has been recalled to prison, and
in respect of compassionate release of prisoners serving both determinate and indeterminate sentences
As a result of the Prisoners (Disclosure of Information About Victims) Act 2020 (P(DIAV)A 2020), otherwise known as Helen’s Law, the Parole Board must take into account any failure by a prisoner serving a sentence for unlawful killing or for taking or making an indecent image of a child to disclose information about the victim. P(DIAV)A 2020 codified the existing practices of the Parole Board in this
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