Anniversary consideration

The anniversary date is the annual review of an inmate's parole eligibility date and can be 12, 24, 36 etc months following the firs time they come up for parole.

If an inmate is refused parole, they are relisted on their anniversary date.

When the SPA decides granting an inmate parole is appropriate, they are  released on their anniversary date, or another date deemed suitable by the Parole Authority.

The release of all inmates from custody is organised and managed by Corrective Services NSW.

Last updated:

19 Jul 2022

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