Multi-Site Survey of Victims of Crime and Criminal Justice Professionals across Canada: Summary of Probation Officer, Corrections, and Parole Board Respondents
|Percentage of respondents who generally inform victims of the following…||National Parole Board (N=85)||Correctional Service Canada (N=29)||Provincial parole boards (N=22)|
|All victims||Victims who have contacted NPB||All victims||Victims who have contacted CSC||All victims||Victims who have contacted Board|
|The right to request information about the offender's parole eligibility and release||8%||89%||N/A||N/A||9%||59%|
|The right to request certain kinds of information about the offender||N/A||N/A||21%||62%||N/A||N/A|
|The ability to provide new or additional information to the Parole Board that the victim considers relevant||9%||80%||17%||66%||9%||64%|
|That any information they provide will be shared with the offender||14%||78%||17%||59%||41%||41%|
|The opportunity to attend Parole Board hearings as observers||15%||82%||21%||62%||5%||23%|
|The opportunity to present a statement at the parole hearing in person or via audiotape or videotape||13%||85%||21%||59%||5%||36%|
- * This question was not asked of CSC respondents.
- ** This question was only asked of CSC respondents.
- Note: Respondents who answered no, don't know or gave no response are not represented in this table.
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