Videos: Parole Board of Canada

  You may also access these videos on the PBC YouTube channel.

Parole

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A man walking to a gate with the wording: Parole: Contributing to Public Safety Parole: Contributing to Public Safety This video explains what parole is and how it works, including the purpose of parole, the different types of parole, and the decision-making process.
Cover to the booklet Your Guide to Parole – In comment bubbles, a speaker, offenders in a library and barbed wire fence Your Guide to Parole This video presents information on parole and is meant to increase offenders' understanding and awareness of the parole process.
A police officer sitting at a desk with a pile of file folders in front of them Sharing Information This video explains how the Halifax Regional Police created a standardized reporting system on offenders for use by the Parole Board in decision making.
A female Board member reviewing a file What You Need to Know About Parole if You're in Provincial/Territorial Custody This video provides basic information to an offender in provincial or territorial custody on the process of applying for parole where the Parole Board of Canada is the decision-maker on their release.

Record Suspension

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A man standing in front of a banner with the wording “How to apply for a record suspension” How to apply for a Record Suspension – Video Tutorial This video tutorial explains how to complete an application for a record suspension step-by-step.
Universal images of a man and woman with an application form with the wording “Applying for a record suspension?” Tips for completing a Record Suspension Application This video provides record suspension applicants with helpful tips to avoid mistakes in their application, which can delay its processing.

Victim Services

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People you might see in a hearing room – Correctional Officer, Victim, Victim support Parole Board of Canada: Victim Services – Video Tutorial This video explains some of the services that are available to victims of crime from the Parole Board of Canada (PBC) - from how to apply to receive information from the PBC, to how to provide information for consideration by Board members.

Indigenous Services

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Looking over the shoulder of a man reading the brochure on Elder Assisted hearings Elder-Assisted Hearings This video explains the process of an Elder-Assisted hearing requested by an offender.
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