Marginal note:Prohibition orders re vehicles, etc.
(a) ten years after the commencement of the order, in the case of a prohibition for life; or
(b) five years after the commencement of the order, in the case of a prohibition for more than five years but less than life.
- 1992, c. 20, s. 109;
- 2006, c. 14, s. 8.
110. The Board shall, when so directed by the Minister, make or cause to be made any investigation or inquiry desired by the Minister in connection with any request made to the Minister for the exercise of the royal prerogative of mercy.
Marginal note:Dissemination of information
111. The Board shall maintain
(a) a program of exchange of information with the other components of the criminal justice system; and
(b) a program to communicate its policies and programs to offenders, to victims of crime, to victims’ groups, to other groups and organizations with a special interest in matters dealt with under this Part, and to the general public.
Constitution and Jurisdiction of Provincial Boards
Marginal note:Jurisdiction of boards
112. (1) Subject to subsection (2), a provincial parole board for a province shall exercise jurisdiction in accordance with this Part in respect of the parole of offenders serving sentences in provincial correctional facilities in that province, other than
(a) offenders sentenced to life imprisonment as a minimum punishment;
(b) offenders whose sentence has been commuted to life imprisonment; or
(c) offenders sentenced to detention for an indeterminate period.
Marginal note:Day parole jurisdiction
(2) A provincial parole board may, but is not required to, exercise its jurisdiction under this section in relation to day parole.
- 1992, c. 20, s. 112;
- 1995, c. 42, ss. 29(F), 69(E).
Marginal note:Incorporation by reference
113. (1) Where a provincial parole board has been established for a province, the lieutenant governor in council of the province may, by order, declare that all or any of the provisions of this Part that do not otherwise apply in respect of provincial parole boards shall apply in respect of that provincial parole board and offenders under its jurisdiction.
Marginal note:Provincial regulations
(2) The lieutenant governor in council of a province may, in respect of the provincial parole board for the province and offenders under its jurisdiction, make regulations in the same manner and for the same purposes as the Governor in Council may make regulations pursuant to section 156 in respect of the Board and offenders under its jurisdiction.
- 1992, c. 20, s. 113;
- 1995, c. 42, s. 30(F).
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