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Supervised Release Review Board



The Supervised Release Review Board (the Board) is responsible for determining the suitability of juvenile offenders (young offenders) for release from detention into the community on a Supervised Release Order (SRO) and to impose the conditions of that Order.

Juvenile offenders are required to be considered by the Board prior to their Earliest Release Date (ERD) which, pursuant to the Young Offenders Act 1994, is usually halfway through the period of detention imposed by the Court, unless ordered to occur earlier.