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Mandatory Documents 5.2 The following documents form the core of the recall dossier and must be emailed PPCS by the relevant probation trust when requesting recall: OASys R6.1; OASys R6.2; OASys R10; The pre-sentence report (where available); List of previous convictions; Copy of licence (and details of and reasons for any conditions added post-release); and Charge sheets / police evidence (where relevant if recall relates to new offence); For Young People: Asset Core Profile Asset Risk of Serious Harm Standard Recall – Parole Board Review 5.3 All standard recalled offenders who are in custody 28 days after their return to custody must have their case referred to the Parole Board to be reviewed. The Parole Board’s powers on review are: PSI 17/2013-PI 07/2013-AI 09/2013 UNCLASSIFIED IS- SUE DATE 11/07/2013
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UNCLASSIFIED PAGE 15 To direct release on licence, the Secretary of State must give effect to this direction; To fix a date for the offender’s release on licence: any date fixed at the first Parole Board review must be within one year of the decision and the Secretary of State must release the offender on licence on that date; To determine the reference by making no direction as to the prisoner’s release; or To direct an oral hearing in order to determine whether to release. Standard recall – Risk Management Report for Review 5.4 In all standard recall cases the offender manager needs to complete Part B: Day 28 Risk Management Plan contained within the Request for Recall & Risk Management Report and submit it to PPCS, to arrive by no later than 14 working days following PPCS being notified of the offender’s return to custody. Within 24 hours of being notified, PPCS will advise the Offender Manager whose name appears on the Request for Recall report that the offender has been returned to custody along with the target date for the return of the updated Risk Management Report. Offender managers must ensure that all such reports submitted after the offender has been returned to custody are copied to the offender at the prison in which that prisoner is being held . (Normally this would be by e-mail to the relevant establishment’s Offender Management Unit Functional mailbox) 5.5 A failure or delay to submit the updated Risk Management Report before the review date may result in the offender’s review being delayed or an incomplete review of the offender’s continued detention in custody. Where such a report has not been provided, this will delay the Parole Board’s review and in turn may lead to a compensation claim for breach of Article 5.4 European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR) (speedy review of detention). 5.6 The Risk Management Report must contain sufficient up to date information on risk assessment and risk management to enable the Parole Board and/or the Secretary of State to make informed decisions on re-release .
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