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Parole Board annual report



Parole Board annual report


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ANNUAL REPORT 2012 PAROLE BOARD OF THE NORTHERN TERRITORY | ANNUAL REPORT 2012 17 The Board considers a range of material when deciding whether or not to release a prisoner to parole. The documentation will always include: A Parole Report prepared by the assigned parole officer; An Institutional Report prepared by staff of the Correctional Centre or Detention Centre where the prisoner or detainee is held; The facts of the prisoners offending; A record of the prisoners prior convictions; and A transcript of the Supreme Court sentencing remarks, if the prisoner was sentenced in that court. The Board may also consider such other reports as are relevant for the individual case, including; Pre Sentence Reports; Psychological/psychiatric assessments and reports; Rehabilitation course assessments and reports including assessments and reports about Anger Management Courses, Sexual Offender Programs and the Indigenous Family Violent Offending Programs; Medical assessments and reports; Assessments and reports from substance misuse programs and treatment facilities; Legal submissions made on behalf of the prisoner; Letters and/or reports from interstate services; Letters from the prisoner or written on behalf of the prisoner; and Letters from the victim or victims representative.

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