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PROTECT WHEN COMPLETED PAGE 98 Part 2 Acknowledgment slip Please complete and return by email to: [email protected] [email protected] FAO: The Governor Date: 31/05/2018 HMP Inmates Name: Prison Number: I acknowledge receipt of a copy of the reason(s) why the above named inmate was recalled to prison. Date reasons(s) received by prison: Date reason(s) disclosed to inmate: Signed: Date: Name: Contact N o : PSI 17/2013-PI 07/2013-AI 09/2013 PROTECT WHEN COM- PLETED ISSUE DATE 11/07/2013
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PROTECT WHEN COMPLETED PAGE 99 Part 3 It is important that this is completed and returned to: Public Protection Casework Section Offender Management and Public Protection Group Recall Team, Ground Floor, Grenadier House 99-105 Horseferry Road London SW1P 2DD Prisoner’s Name: Prison Number: IMPORTANT: PLEASE INCLUDE A COPY OF THE ORDER OF IMPRISONMENT WHEN RETURNING THIS ANNEX C Section 1 - Reason for Imprisonment (Please tick appropriate option below and complete all relevant information) The recalled prisoner is held in custody solely on the licence revocation order. The recalled prisoner is also subject to further charges or sentence. If a further sentence has been received, please give the new release date: Sentence Calculation notes: 1. Recalls under the Criminal Justice Act 2003, as amended by the Criminal Justice and Immigra - tion Act 2008 - will not have an LED, only an SLED (Sentence and Licence Expiry Date). SLED dates should be adjusted by UAL time. 2. Cases where the offender has been revoked under Section 254 of the Criminal Justice Act 2003, as amended by the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008, the custody office must provide the Post Release Section with the Day 28 Calculation (beginning from the date of return to police custody), as the Public Protec- tion Casework section, acting on behalf of the Secretary of State have the power to release at any point before this date, if satisfied on Public Protection Grounds. Section 2 – Current Sentence Dates (Please complete the Automatic Release Date box and provide the SLED, adjusted by UAL and ADAs ) Day 28 Calculation: Offenders recalled under the Criminal Justice Act 2003, as amended by the Criminal Justice and Immigration Act 2008 (the SLED must also be provided to the Public Protection Casework Section) SLED UAL DAYS ADA’s (see note 4) REVISED SLED For Extended Sentence/Extended Determinate Sentence Prisoners please specify the Custodial Term and the Extended Sentence: Custodial Term: Extended Sentence: Annex C completed by: Contact Number: Establishment: Date: PSI 17/2013-PI 07/2013-AI 09/2013 PROTECT WHEN COM- PLETED ISSUE DATE 11/07/2013 Day 28
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PROTECT WHEN COMPLETED PAGE 100 ANNEX H National Offender Management Service Offender Management & Public Protection Group Public Protection Casework Section Grenadier House 99-105 Horseferry Road London SW1P 2DD : www.justice.gov.uk (Insert date) Dear Re: Further to our discussion, I am writing to confirm that the above named prisoner’s case has now been reviewed. You agreed that in order for him to be safely re released and managed
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