SRO, Plus Extended Sentence of Less Than Four Years
Supervised Release Order – Breach
Where a person subject to a Supervised Release Order fails to comply with the requirements, the supervising officer must report the grounds of the alleged breach to the court. Only the court which made the Supervised Release Order can deal with such alleged breaches.
A prisoner subject to an Extended Sentence is subject to recall to custody in the same way as any other prisoner on licence. The supervising officer should report non-compliance to the SEJD as they would with a prisoner serving more than four years. Where the prisoner re-offends in the "at risk" period i.e. when he is no longer on licence, there is no specific social work role.
- SRO and Extended Sentence < 4years: Breach (PDF, 48KB)