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A breach of parole is when a parolee fails to comply with any of the conditions of their parole order.
Breaches can include failing to report within a specified time frame, failure to obey reasonable directions given by Community Corrections, leaving the State without permission, or committing further offences.
For minor breaches of parole, such as being late for a parole appointment, Community Corrections have legislative power to take the following actions:
In most cases, Community Corrections notifies the SPA of breaches of parole by submitting a report.
The report outlines the breach of parole conditions, the parolee’s response to supervision and Community Corrections recommendation as to what action they suggest should be taken.
The legislation outlines the action the SPA can take in response to reported breaches of parole.
Depending on the nature of the breach the SPA can:
14 Jul 2022
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