In cases of release on licence under the Prison Rules or Young Offender Rules, the Governor or the Home Office Controller in a privately run prison will make the decision to grant release on temporary licence (ROTL).
ROTL applications and appeals helps prepare prisoners for eventual release – and also enables them to undertake community placements or even paid jobs. Often ROTL is seen as a test to see whether an offender can return to live in the community without re-offending or putting themselves at risk of re-offending, or at risk of alcohol or drugs misuse.
Applying for ROTL is often very important for offenders and their rehabilitation, as it can help them adjust to life beyond jail. Prisons all have varying policies on ROTL – and usually information on ROTL policy at a specific prison is made available to offenders.
There are four types of temporary licence:
Resettlement day release
Resettlement overnight release
Special purpose release.
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