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Crimes (Administration of Sentences) Regulation 2008
Repealed version for 11 April 2014 to 31 August 2014 (accessed 10 April 2020 at 09:57)
232 Revocation of parole orders before release
(1) For the purposes of section 130 of the Act, the following circumstances are prescribed as circumstances in which the Parole Authority may revoke a parole order:(a) circumstances in which the offender requests that the order be revoked,(b) circumstances in which the Parole Authority decides, before releasing the offender, that the offender is unable to adapt to normal lawful community life,(c) circumstances in which the Parole Authority decides that satisfactory accommodation arrangements or post-release plans have not been made or are not able to be made,(d) circumstances in which:(i) a request is made under section 172 of the Act, or a direction is given by a court (whether or not under the Act), for the Parole Authority to consider whether the order should be revoked on a specified ground, and(ii) the Parole Authority decides that the order should be revoked on that ground.(2) The Parole Authority must send copies of an order under section 130 of the Act to the general manager of the correctional centre in which the offender is kept.(3) As soon as practicable after receiving the order, the general manager must ensure that:(a) the order is read to the offender, and(b) the effect of the order is explained to the offender in language that is capable of being readily understood by the offender, and(c) the offender’s rights to a review of the revocation are explained to the offender in language that is capable of being readily understood by the offender, and(d) a copy of the order is handed to the offender.(4) The Parole Authority must send notice of the revocation of a parole order under section 130 of the Act to the Commissioner.