The Parole Review Committee is an independent body which is administered by the Office of the Committee for Home Affairs
The Parole Review Committee is an independent body, non-political and non-judicial.
The Chair is appointed by the States and Members are appointed by the Royal Court. Committee Members are selected from all walks of life so as to be representative of the community.
The purpose of the Parole Review Committee is to undertake rigorous and comprehensive risk assessments in a consistent, equitable and efficient manner which will inform the Committee's decision on the early release of prisoners. The objectives of the Parole Review Committee are to:
- To protect the public;
- To prevent re-offending;
- To ensure the prisoner's successful re-integration into the community.
The Committee can be contacted at the below email address.
We are recruiting
- We are looking for people from all walks of life who are interested in volunteering a few hours of their time each month to undertake this unique and important role.
- Interested individuals should be able to demonstrate that they have excellent communication skills (both written and oral) and an ability to act with integrity, dealing with sensitive information in a confidential manner. Successful applicants will be required to undertake an enhanced Police check prior to appointment. Full training will be provided.
- Anybody who is interested in finding out more should contact Emily Grainger on 717359 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
- An information pack and application form are available on this page. Closing date for this recruitment is Friday 15th June 2018