|What is the Parole Board?|
Who sits on the panel?
When will my first hearing take place?
How does the Parole Board find out information about me?
When do I get to see the dossier of information?
Can I get help in understanding the contents of the dossier?
What if I don't agree with what's in the dossier?
Who contributes to the information in the dossier?
How important is the statement given by the victim?
When will I know the Scottish Ministers opinion about whether I should be released?
My offence was committed in England. What happens to me?
When should I get in contact with my Lawyer?
I'm worried that I won't understand what's going on at my Tribunal.
Can I ask people to attend the Tribunal to speak on my behalf?
How does the Tribunal reach a decision?
Can I bring somebody along to my Tribunal?
How does public opinion, or media interest influence the decision?
When will I know the decision of the Tribunal?
What happens if the decision is not to release me?
What happens if the decision is to release me?
What does "release on life license" actually mean?
Will there be conditions attached to my release?
What happens if I don't comply with the conditions?
Once released, what contact do I have with the Parole Board for Scotland?
What happens if I am recalled to custody?
What influence does the Tribunal have on Management Plans?
What role does the Board have in deportation cases?
Will an interpreter be provided for me?
I'm not a life prisoner but my sentence is more than 4 years. What happens to me?