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    Appointments to the Parole Boards
    The Queensland Parole Board, the Southern Queensland Regional Parole Board and the Central and Northern Queensland Regional Parole Board are independent statutory bodies established under the Corrective Services Act 2006. The parole boards determine parole applications from prisoners who are serving sentences in excess of three years, all sex offenders and offenders determined to be serious violen

    Appointments Central and Northern Queensland Regional Parole Board and Southern Queensland Regional Parole Board
    The Southern Queensland Regional Parole Board and the Central and Northern Queensland Regional Parole Board (Regional Parole Boards) are independent statutory bodies established under the Corrective Services Act 2006. The Regional Parole Boards make decisions in relation to prisoners serving a term of imprisonment of between three and less than eight years and all sex offenders and offenders deter

    Corrective Services (Parole Board) and Other Legislation Amendment Bill 2017
    On 9 August 2016, the Premier and Minister for the Arts announced an independent review into the parole system in Queensland following the alleged murder of an elderly Townsville woman by a man on parole following his release from the Townsville Correctional Centre that same day. Mr Walter Sofronoff QC was appointed to conduct the review. On 1 December 2016, Mr Sofronoff delivered his report to t

    Appointments to Parole Board Queensland
    On 1 December 2016, the Queensland Parole System Review Report Final Report (review report) was delivered by Mr Sofronoff to Government. The review report made 91 recommendations for complete reform of Queensland’s parole system. The Government accepted the recommendations to establish a new, independent, professional Parole Board. The Premier also announced that Mr Michael Byrne QC will be engage

    Appointments to Parole Board Queensland
    On 1 December 2016, the Queensland Parole System Review Report Final Report (review report) was delivered by Mr Sofronoff to Government. The review report made 91 recommendations for complete reform of Queensland’s parole system. On 16 February 2017, the Premier and Minister for the Arts tabled the review report in the Legislative Assembly along with Government response. The Government accepted

    Queensland Parole System Reform Implementation Progress Report
    The Queensland Parole System Review, led by Mr Walter Sofronoff QC, presented the Queensland Parole System Review (QPSR) Report to the Premier and Minister for the Arts on 1 December 2016. The Report made 91 recommendations for complete reform of Queensland’s parole system. The Queensland Government supported or supported-in-principle 89 of the 91 recommendations and committed funding of $265 mil

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    12 May, 2016

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