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EAGLESOME - Wayne Jury - 11/06/15

Conditions hearing

Under section 18(2) (SRD) of the Parole Act 2002



Hearing: 11 June 2015
 at NZPB Head Office via AVL [WITHHELD]

Members of the Board: 
 Hon M A Frater (Panel Convenor)
 Ms L Nathan
 Mr R Crotty



1. Wayne Dury Eaglesome, aged 39, is coming to the end of a sentence of three years’ imprisonment imposed for attempting to pervert the course of justice.  He was also sentenced to concurrent lesser terms for other fraudulent offending and in lieu of fines.

2. Mr Eaglesome’s sentence ends on 6 July next.  He asked to be released on 1 July so that he could attend [WITHHELD] in person on that day to enrol for a  Bachelor of Arts degree.

3. We explained to him that that did not fit the statutory criteria, in that we can not release an offender on parole unless we are satisfied that he will not pose an undue risk to the safety of the community during the remainder of his sentence, and that that test has to be applied even if parole is only being considered for a matter of days.

4. In the event, Mr Eaglesome was unable to satisfy us on that point and we declined parole. 

5. He will be released pursuant to section 17(2) of the Parole Act 2002, on his statutory release date, subject to the standard conditions set out in section 14 and the following special conditions for 6 months past his statutory release date, ie until 5 January 2016.

6. The special conditions are:-
 (1) To attend for a psychological assessment if directed by your Probation officer. Attend and complete any treatment/ counselling as recommended by the psychological assessment to the satisfaction of your Probation Officer and treatment provider.
 (2) To undertake and complete any other treatment/counselling directed by your Probation Officer to the satisfaction of the Probation Officer and treatment provider. The details of the counselling or treatment to be determined by your Probation Officer.
 (3) To reside at address approved by a Probation Officer and not to move from that  address or any other approved address without the prior written approval of a Probation Officer.
 (4) To notify your Probation Officer and gain written approval, prior to starting, terminating or changing your position or place of employment.
 (5) Not to have contact or otherwise associate with the victim(s) of your offending, directly or indirectly, unless you have the prior written consent of your Probation Officer.



Hon MA Frater
Panel Convenor