mechanisms are in place to
manage the suspension and breach
maintained between the parole office, Sentence Management, police and courts
throughout the breach of
Supervisor/Community Correctional Centre (CCC) Manager will:
ensure recommendations regarding special conditions are specific
and exact as they will be subject
to scrutiny if a breach
brought before the court
notify the provincial/territorial National
Flagging System Coordinator when a recommendation to lay information to charge is
submitted to the Parole
Board of Canada (PBC).
Parole Officer will:
upon recommendation by the PBC, present the case of breach
of condition, either directly or through the police,
to the provincial/territorial Attorney
General for consideration of laying a charge
of breach of a long-term
when required, contact the Victim
Services Unit to advise of a recommendation to remove or modify a condition
that was imposed to protect a victim and consider victim concerns, if any, pursuant
to subsection 134.1(5) of the CCRA.
Sentence Management will calculate
new dates (e.g. release
dates as a result of a new sentence, expiration of residency
condition) for offenders subject to a long-term supervision order, as required.
Case Preparation for Long-Term Supervision Orders
Prior to warrant
expiry date, offenders
subject to a long-term supervision order are eligible for all forms of conditional release. Case preparation
responsibilities will follow the standards relevant to the type of
If the offender subject to
a long-term supervision order is provincially sentenced, the community Parole
Officer in the area closest to the provincial/territorial facility will:
critical documents identified in the
Case Document Checklist
ensure the offender is informed of his/her rights pursuant
to section 84.1 of
complete an Assessment for Decision as outlined in Annex B, if required.
If the offender subject to
a long-term supervision order is in a federal institution,
case preparation will be initiated six months prior to release
pursuant to CD 712-1
– Pre-Release Decision-Making.
If the offender subject to
a long-term supervision order is on conditional release, the Parole
Officer will complete
documentation three months prior to warrant
to CD 715-2 –
The Parole Officer will consider
victim information, as well as any victim statements provided pursuant to subsection 134.1(2.1) of the
CCRA or victim concerns provided pursuant to subsection
134.1(5) of the CCRA.
Standard conditions pursuant
to subsection 161(1) of the CCRR apply to offenders
subject to a long-term supervision order,
in addition to special conditions imposed by the PBC.
Offenders are bound by their release
conditions even if they refuse to
sign their long-term supervision release certificate.
Special conditions will be
specific and exact as
the consequences of
may lead to a charge pursuant
to section 753.3 of the Criminal
be clear and directly related to the offender's risk.
Special conditions imposed
on parole or statutory
release do not automatically carry over to the long-term supervision, unless explicitly stated in the PBC decision.
When a long-term
supervision order is interrupted by a custodial
sentence, the original
special conditions will apply when the order is
special condition to reside in
a community-based residential facility or mental
health facility imposed by the PBC is limited to a maximum of 365 days. If CSC submits a subsequent recommendation to prolong the residency condition, it will be subject to a review by the PBC. If CSC does not submit a
subsequent recommendation to prolong the residency
condition, the Correctional
Plan will be updated 30 days prior to the
expiration of the
residency condition, and the residency condition will automatically expire at the end
of the duration imposed by the PBC.
to a long-term supervision order who had been detained will be supervised at level
I or level A – Residency, if residing in a CCC or community residential
facility, for at least 90 days following release. Any exceptions to this
standard (e.g. where at the 30-day review, the Parole Officer and Parole
Officer Supervisor/CCC Manager assess that intensive supervision is not
necessary) require approval by the Area Director and documentation in the
Correctional Plan Update.
Procedures Following Breach of
Increase in the Level of Risk
Parole Officer must immediately inform a person with
for suspension pursuant to section 135.1 of
the CCRA when:
a breach of condition
indicates a potential increase in risk, or
offender has refused
or is unable to provide a urine sample.
Parole Officer and person with designated authority
will consider the factors
outlined in the Rating Reassessment Framework (Annex C) in
determining the most appropriate intervention considering the following:
the long-term supervision
additional treatment or programming to address
dynamic risk factors
additional control measures (e.g., increased reporting, curfews, special instructions/direction)
amendments to special conditions
suitable cultural alternatives or interventions.
If the risk is
assessed as unmanageable, the suspension process will be initiated.
warrant of suspension, apprehension and recommitment is not issued, the
Parole Officer will update
the Correctional Plan within 14 days, using the report outline
in Annex D.
Reports pertaining to a positive urinalysis or inability/refusal to provide
a urine sample will be shared with the PBC.
Suspension of a Long-Term
Automatic suspension following a new conviction does not apply to offenders
subject to a long-
term supervision order.
process of issuing a warrant
of suspension, apprehension and recommitment relating to a long-term supervision order is the
same as for the suspension of a conditional release. Once
the warrant is executed, the process differs significantly as revocation cannot be recommended and the suspension expires if more than 90 days pass or a breach charge is laid.
long-term supervision order
can be suspended
for the following reasons pursuant to section 135.1 of the
breach of a condition
prevent a breach of a condition, or
Parole Officer will contact
police and, if necessary, the Security
Intelligence Officer to provide
all relevant information to assist in the timely apprehension of the offender.
offenders unlawfully at large may be referred
to the Security
or designate of the operational
unit will ensure
there is a system in place that guarantees ongoing efforts are made to locate an offender
large. This may include
contact with the offender’s family,
associates and other agencies.
These efforts will be documented.
Options for Committal After Warrant of Suspension, Apprehension and Recommitment Has Been Issued (as per Paragraph 135.1(1)(c) of
committal to a community-based residential facility is an alternative to consider
where the return to secure custody
is not deemed necessary. Under normal circumstances, voluntary residency or the use of
a special condition to reside
are alternatives that are feasible in these circumstances. The
community residential facility Director
must agree to such a measure. When the assessment of the offender
suggests that this measure is adequate to control the risk, it
committal of an offender
to a mental health facility
will be approved by the facility before
the warrant is issued.
The committal of the offender to a mental health
facility must be on a voluntary
basis and the facility
must be willing to accept the offender.
committal to custody
same process as the commitment of an offender under
a warrant of committal.
execution of a warrant
of suspension, apprehension and recommitment, the Parole Officer
or National Monitoring Centre will immediately
forward the Notification to Detention Centre Following Execution of a
Warrant (CSC/SCC 1338) to the Detention
Centre or police
authority holding the offender.
When the offender is convicted
of a new offence
and remains in the community, the community Parole Officer will update the Criminal Profile and
Management. If the offender is returned
to the penitentiary, the institutional Parole Officer will update
the Criminal Profile.
non-custodial sentence is served concurrently with the long-term supervision
order and does not interrupt
new custodial sentence for an offence
that occurred prior to the
imposition of the supervision order
is served concurrently with the order
and does not interrupt the order.
new custodial sentence for an
occurred during the supervision period causes an interruption of the order.
The long-term supervision order resumes on expiry of the new sentence.
new custodial sentence which interrupts the supervision
order will be served
in a federal institution even if it is less than
two years. The offender is eligible for all
forms of conditional release during
procedure for the admission
of offenders with an interrupted supervision
order is the same as for offenders whose release
was revoked, even if, technically, the admission
is new. A decision to refer an interrupted long-term supervision order to an Intake Assessment Unit is based
on factors outlined
in CD 705-6 – Correctional Planning and Criminal Profile.
When cancellation of the suspension is considered following a new conviction, the Parole
Officer will consult
the Sentence Manager to
verify the consequences of such a decision
light of the additional sentence.
When the suspension is cancelled
by CSC, the Parole
Officer will update the Correctional Plan of the offender within
days, using the
report outline in Annex D.
Reports pertaining to a positive urinalysis or
inability/refusal to provide a urine
sample will be shared
with the PBC.
the Parole Board of Canada for Decision
decision to cancel the suspension or a referral to
the PBC for a post-suspension decision will be made as soon as possible,
but no later than the thirtieth
day after the offender's commitment to custody.
Possible CSC recommendations and PBC decision options for offenders
subject to long-term
supervision orders are as follows:
suspension cancelled with conditions altered
order the cancellation not take
effect until the expiration of a specified
period ending on a date not later than on the 90th day in order to allow the
offender to participate in a program
that would help ensure that
society is protected from the risk of the offender
referral to the
(of province or territory
where offender is located) with a recommendation to lay information to
charge the offender pursuant
to section 753.3 of the Criminal Code.
In instances where a
recommendation to lay a
charge is submitted
to the PBC, or
the police lays a charge
directly, the Parole
Officer Supervisor/CCC Manager will notify the National Flagging System
Coordinator in that province/territory.
Upon receipt of new information which would change the recommendation, the original
completing operational unit will complete
a new Assessment for Decision.
If the offender has
been transferred to a federal institution and
the new information does not change the recommendation, the Parole
Officer receiving the information will complete an Addendum
to the Assessment for Decision, following consultation
with his/her counterpart.
loss of jurisdiction will occur, making it necessary to release
the offender immediately, if:
the Assessment for Decision does not include an assessment of the case and a
recommendation, and the specified
timeframe has expired, or
referral is not submitted to the PBC within the specified timeframes.
loss of jurisdiction occurs,
the Area Director will advise the
local police, the
PBC (if required), the District
Director, and Sentence Management at the institution where the offender was incarcerated at the time of release.
Expiration of Warrant
of Suspension, Apprehension and Recommitment
If the case is
referred to the PBC, the warrant of suspension, apprehension and recommitment is valid for
a period of up to 90 days from the date it is
executed and the PBC cannot, by law, extend it by decision. This 90-day period
includes the first day
of the offender’s commitment to custody
on the warrant of suspension, apprehension and recommitment. If a charge is laid pursuant to section
the Criminal Code, the warrant of suspension, apprehension and recommitment expires.
If the warrant of
suspension, apprehension and
the offender will be released
unless there is a court
order remanding him/her
in custody. The Attorney General is responsible for bringing
the case before
the court to deal with the issue of bail or remand to custody.
Direct Charge by Police or Crown pursuant to Section
753.3 of the Criminal Code
police or Crown Attorney
can directly charge an offender with
pursuant to section 753.3 of the Criminal Code without a recommendation from CSC or PBC.
Upon receiving information that an
offender has been directly
charged with a breach, the Parole Officer
will inform the person with designated authority and
the Sentence Manager.
Sentence Manager will
verify that a direct
charge has been laid by obtaining either
a copy of the sworn
information, judge’s order, warrant of arrest, or notice for first appearance. He/she will then advise
the Parole Officer.
Parole Officer will
immediately advise the police that the suspension has expired
as a result of the laying of the charge. The
Attorney General is responsible for bringing
the case before
the court to deal with the issue of bail or
remand to custody.
Parole Officer will update the Correctional Plan to advise
the PBC within
30 days of the notification of the direct charge.
recommendation to lay a charge
has already been submitted, the Parole Officer will
notify the PBC of the direct
charge within one working day and
will update the Correctional Plan within 30 days of the notification of the charge.
Where a direct charge is
laid prior to CSC completing a referral
to the PBC (i.e., within the first
30 days of CSC’s suspension warrant), the Parole Officer Supervisor/CCC Manager (or person
with designated authority
pursuant to section 135.1 of the CCRA) will notify the PBC within one
Information for a Breach
breach of order charge can
only be pursued when
a specific instance of breach of conditions has occurred. The Parole Officer
will provide the Attorney General sufficient
evidence to prove beyond a
reasonable doubt that a condition has been violated.
Parole Officer will provide
the Attorney General
the following information at a minimum for consideration
to proceed with a
relevant Assessment for Decision
documented proof of
the existence of the long-term
long-term supervision release certificate
a precise description
the Parole Officer
for the Reduction or Termination of a Long-Term Supervision Order
Parole Officer will submit an Assessment for Decision
(Annex B) which will
address the grounds that the offender no longer presents a substantial risk of re-offending.
the application to reduce or terminate
the order is approved by the PBC, the Parole Officer will give notice
of the application to the Attorney
the Offender for the Reduction or Termination of a Long-Term Supervision Order
If the offender
applies directly to the court
for a reduction or termination of the order, the onus of proof is on the offender.
Upon request of the Attorney General, the Parole Officer
will provide an Assessment for Decision
addressing the risk of re-offending.
High Profile Offenders
review involves an offender with
a high profile
offender flag, the procedures regarding high profile offenders will be followed
pursuant to CD 701
– Information Sharing.
the provincial/territorial Attorney
General or designate
where the offender resides.
when an information is sworn alleging an offence
committed by the offender,
or where a direct
indictment is laid against
the offender when no information
imposed by the court
as a sentencing option to an offender designated as a Dangerous Offender pursuant to section
753 of the Criminal Code or as a Long-Term Offender
pursuant to section
offender who has received
such an order is supervised
in accordance with the CCRA. The long-term
supervision order commences when
the offender has finished
serving all sentences for offences
for which he/she had
been convicted. The period
of supervision to which the
offender is subject
at any time
must not total more than 10
Victim Information: victim-related information, provided either in writing or verbally,
for consideration as part
of the overall
case management process. This would include information provided by the victim and/or other sources. This also
includes the court Victim Impact
Statement, when available.
Victim Statement: a written statement provided by the victim
pursuant to subsection 133(3.1) or 134.1(2.1) of the CCRA,
describing the harm done or loss suffered
as a result of the
commission of an
offence or the continuing impact of the commission of the offence
on the victim – including any safety
or commenting on the possible release of the offender, including any requests for non-association and/or geographic restriction
conditions. The statement
will be considered in the pre- release decision-making process for consideration
to impose conditions to protect the victim.
ANNEX B - ASSESSMENT FOR DECISION FOR LONG-TERM SUPERVISION ORDER – REPORT GUIDE
Assessment must provide the decision-maker with an
assessment that supports
a recommendation concerning release and/or special conditions. The assessment is based upon information and analysis derived
from other key case management documents
but, in particular, the Criminal Profile, Correctional Plan or Correctional Plan Update and the Community Strategy. Using this information, the assessment must consider the relationship among the various factors as well as their relative
weight in formulating and justifying a recommendation.
The assessment must contain information that is
up to date, relevant,
accurate and complete. It must be balanced, containing both positive
and negative aspects of the case. The assessment must reconcile
the discordant information while providing
a recommendation with a clear rationale
and justification based
upon the Risk Assessment Framework (Annex D of CD
715-2 – Post-Release Decision Process).
two sets of
that the assessment must
the offender's Correctional Plan been successfully implemented and has it been effective?
words, what changes
in the offender's attitudes and/or behaviour have occurred
since the beginning
of the sentence
and what effect have
these changes had on the offender's risk level? Has the offender been
motivated to change
and has he/she been engaged
in the correctional planning process? How does the offender demonstrate his/her
understanding of his/her crime cycle? In
of an Aboriginal offender who
has been engaged
in Pathways or cultural
interventions, what changes are observable?
the proposed release
plan and supervision strategy adequate to address
the offender's outstanding risk, support his/her reintegration and ensure a safe release?
words, how will the available programs and/or interventions mitigate
risk? If there is
a Healing Plan on file, how has the offender been engaged in the plan?
What other positive
community supports (including family, friends, Aboriginal community, employers, volunteers, agencies) are available? Are there negative
aspects to consider in the release
environment? Can the specific
areas of risk be
by the Parole Officer
and others in the Case
Management Team? How can the offender’s behaviour and special conditions be effectively monitored? How do victim
concerns impact the release plan?
Decision Report Headings
State the purpose
for the assessment and identify
any relevant documentation that must be
read in conjunction with it, including the Criminal Profile Report,
the most recent Correctional Plan
Update and the most recent Community Strategy, if
The following areas must be evaluated as well as their
in formulating and justifying a recommendation. Explain how each of these relevant
factors aggravates risk, mitigates risk or has no impact on risk, and discuss the cumulative impact of these factors against the actuarial
The Pre-/Post-Release Assessment for Decision
Tool should be consulted
for a comprehensive listing
of the factors that are relevant
when completing the Overall Assessment.
and Conditional Release History
the relevant aspects
and conditional release history.
If the offender is
Aboriginal, explain how his/her Aboriginal
social history has impacted his/her
criminal history and how the historical treatment of Aboriginal people has affected the offender’s community, the
family and the offender. Assess the Aboriginal
social history – including
effects of the residential school system
– to determine what culturally appropriate/restorative measures are available and/or will
be put in place in
the community to assist the offender.
the offender’s overall
the institutional or community
If the offender is
Aboriginal and following
a traditional path, how
is the offender working
with the Elder? Engaging in ceremony?
How has the offender responded positively
to the direction of the Elder? Of
the Aboriginal Liaison Officer?
Correctional Plan Progress and Offender Engagement
the degree of impact of
the programs and other interventions that have
been provided on each of the targeted dynamic
risk factors. The key consideration is whether
there has been a
reduction in risk.
For Aboriginal offenders following a
traditional path, how did programs and interventions
take account of the offender’s culture and background, including
Elder involvement and interest
in CCRA section 81or84options?
Release Plan and Supervision Strategy
the offender’s new
highlighting strengths and weaknesses as well as the proposed
supervision strategy, if applicable.
For Aboriginal offenders who are interested in following
a traditional path, what
culturally appropriate programming is
available, including involvement of Elders, Aboriginal
Community Liaison Officers,
home community or different
Aboriginal community (sections 81and 84 of the CCRA)?
What are the appropriate resources
available in the community?
If, for any reason, their home
community is not considered suitable,
how would a different Aboriginal community provide
a higher level of support?
victim information and
indicate how the release
plan will mitigate
any identified risk. Pursuant to subsection
134.1(2.2) of the CCRA, if
statement has been provided pursuant
134.1(2.1) of the CCRA, consider
whether any conditions are reasonable and necessary to protect
the victim; the reasons
to recommend a
condition or not must be
documented. If such a
statement has not been provided, nothing
precludes the author from recommending any conditions pursuant to subsection
134.1(2) of the CCRA.
If recommending the removal or modification
of a condition which was imposed to protect a victim, consider every
victim’s concerns pursuant to subsection 134.1(5) of the CCRA.
If a case is made for a residency condition for an offender
on statutory release, particular care must be taken to ensure that the legislated criteria are
met. It is not enough to state
that residency will be
beneficial; the Parole Officer must be
able to demonstrate that,
in the absence of a residency condition, the offender will present
undue risk to society.
This requires both establishing how the residency condition
will ensure that there is not an
undue risk and demonstrating that other possible supervision strategies are insufficient to manage risk.
If a case is made for a residency
condition for an offender
subject to a long-term supervision order, the Parole Officer
must demonstrate that the
condition is both reasonable and
necessary in order to protect
society and to facilitate the successful reintegration into society of the offender. Residency conditions for an offender
subject to a long-term supervision order
may only be imposed
for a maximum of 365 days.
ANNEX C - RATING REASSESSMENT FRAMEWORK
Level of Intervention Based on Static Factors
review of static factors (i.e. based on historical information
related to risk that is available
at the time of the offender’s admission to federal
custody, such as rating
on the Statistical Information on Recidivism Scale, criminal history record,
offence severity record, sex offence history,
detention criteria) produces a
of the probability and severity of
re-offending. This estimate,
originally determined at intake, appears as a rating
of level of intervention based on static
factors. The rating is normally accurate throughout the offender’s period of incarceration and for
the first six
months of supervision on
conditional release, at which time dynamic factors related to performance on release
become increasingly dominant.
predictive accuracy of this rating can be improved in some cases by reviewing the following factors:
time since the offender’s release
collateral contacts that
could assist in the supervision
significant disciplinary problems, suspensions or police intervention in the last
offender's progress and motivation to
participate in his/her
Only a significant and sustained
change in the offender’s performance or
situation justifies an increase
or a decrease
in the level of intervention based
on static factors. Guidelines for adjusting
the level are as follows:
If the previous
LOW and there have been no significant changes in the above factors.
If the previous rating was MEDIUM and there have been significant and sustained
improvements in the above factors.
If the previous
MEDIUM and there have
been no significant changes in the above factors.
If the previous rating was HIGH and there have been significant and sustained
improvements in the above factors.
If the previous rating was LOW and there has been significant and sustained
the above factors.
previous rating was HIGH and there have been no
significant changes in the above
If the previous rating was MEDIUM
there has been significant deterioration in the above factors.
Intervention Based on Dynamic Factors
Reassessing the level of intervention based on dynamic factors begins
with the reassessment of each of
the dynamic factors, by examining each of the
progress related to
the Correctional Plan
anything else that may affect the intensity of the dynamic factor (e.g., changes in personal
The rating for each dynamic factor
may be as follows:
ASSET – factor seen as
an asset to community adjustment
NONE – no need for improvement
LOW – low need for improvement
MODERATE – medium
need for improvement
HIGH – high need for improvement.
the overall rating can
then be conducted by examining
the number and seriousness of
the dynamic factors.
overall rating should only change if there are some changes in the reassessment of the dynamic factors. The overall rating may be:
No identified dynamic
factors seen as
an asset to
community adjustment and/or no immediate need for improvement)
Relatively few identified dynamic factors and rated as
“low or medium need for
Few identified dynamic
factors but rated as “high need for improvement”
Multiple dynamic factors identified (regardless of degree
or severity of needs)
Any combination of dynamic
and number that lies outside of
either the low or high scoring guidelines as identified above.
During the reassessment process, it is possible to identify new dynamic
factors for which intervention may improve
the chances for the offender's eventual reintegration.
criteria for reassessing motivation
recognition that a
problem exists with
lifestyle, behaviour and
level of comfort with problem
its impact on
the offender’s life
level of feeling of
personal responsibility for the problem(s)
willingness to change,
i.e. expression of
wish to change, or of intention
fully participate in Correctional Plan
skills and knowledge
required to effect change
in behaviour, i.e. is ready to change
level of external support from family,
friends or other community members
past history related to demonstrated
level of motivation can
be assessed as:
Offender strongly rejects the
need for change or is unwilling to participate in recommended programs or other interventions.
Offender may not fully accept overall
assessment but will participate in recommended programs or other interventions.
Offender is self-motivated and will actively address problem
reassessment of reintegration potential is based on
the analysis of the offender's progress and the following
the Statistical Information on Recidivism Scale
level of intervention based
on static factors
level of intervention based
level of motivation
release history (number, type, success or failure).
should only change if the above
have changed, and should be rated as:
If the previous rating was LOW and there have been no significant
changes in the above factors.
If the previous rating was MEDIUM
there has been significant deterioration in the above factors
previous rating was MEDIUM
there have been no significant changes in the above factors.
If the previous rating was HIGH and there has been significant deterioration
in the above factors.
If the previous
LOW and there have been
significant improvements in the above factors.
If the previous
rating was HIGH and there have been no
significant changes in the above
If the previous
MEDIUM and there have
been significant improvements in the above factors.
ANNEX D - CORRECTIONAL PLAN UPDATE –COMMUNITY PROGRESS – RELEASE MAINTAINED – REPORT GUIDE
The main purpose
of the Correctional Plan Update is to report on the offender’s progress in
Correctional Plan objectives. When a Correctional Plan Update is prepared
is being considered, the report includes the offender’s proposed
release plan and
provides sufficient information to support a
request for a Community Strategy.
When an Assessment for Decision is prepared, the Correctional Plan Update becomes
a key document
that both supports the assessment and recommendation as well as decision
The report contains the following
Section 1 – Objectives/Expected Gains
Provide a brief synopsis of the case,
the purpose of the update
the offender profile, offence, offence history
(which normally is unchanged from the intake
is unchanged from
the circumstances of the suspension/increase in risk
the offender’s version
if the report is related
to a breach and/or
increase in risk.
Ratings Reassessment and Correctional Plan Progress
the Key Ratings
Reassessment Framework in Annex
C of CD
715-1 – Community Supervision,
update the relevant
ratings, highlighting any changes
that have occurred from
the beginning of the sentence.
changes, if any, have occurred concerning the Correctional Plan objectives, including court-ordered obligations, commenting on the impact
of programs and interventions, updated mental health
information and relevant
Static Factor Assessment Rating
Dynamic Factor Assessment Rating
Reintegration Potential Rating
Mental Health Information.
if required, the
offence cycle, and comment on any changes regarding the offender’s understanding of the cycle.
Correctional and Sentence Planning
the offender and
of the Case Management Team, update the Correctional Plan goals and objectives, including the healing
components, where required. Summarize the overall
level of progress
since the last review.
The objectives will be individualized, structured, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-bound, while setting the framework
for managing the sentence.
Section 2 – Analysis of Current
a new Community
Strategy is required,
summarize the offender’s release plan, including the following:
the outstanding risk factors requiring intervention
the community interventions that would be required
to target the outstanding risk factors,
and in the case
of an Aboriginal offender
interested in following) a
traditional path, also include any community
cultural activities/ceremonies will be undertaken which will help to assist the
offender, as well as any interventions noted
a section 84 agreement
specifics of the proposed release plan, including destination (and, if
applicable, whether section 84 of
the CCRA applies and any resulting agreement
with the offender’s home community or alternately another Aboriginal community that engages in section 84 with the offender), employment, accommodation, family support
victim considerations, including possible restrictions on travel,
victims for non-association conditions, sentencing judge comments.