offender’s licence

French translation: probation du contrevenant

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English term or phrase:offender’s licence
French translation:probation du contrevenant
Entered by: FX Fraipont

21:55 Aug 1, 2019
English to French translations [PRO]
Law/Patents - Law (general)
English term or phrase: offender’s licence
Here are few sentences where is it mentioned:

You are entitled to know certain information, and you are entitled to request additional conditions to an offender’s licence relating to you and/or your family

You can request additional conditions, relating to you and/or your family to be attached to the offender’s licence

I was thinking "libération conditionnelle but I am not sure if there is a better term.

Thank you for your help
Frederic Audebrand
United Kingdom
probation du contrevenant
Explanation:
"What does being on licence mean?
When you are released you may be ‘on licence’.
This means you have an allocated Offender Manager and conditions which you must follow until a certain date – otherwise you could be returned to prison.
Being on licence is sometimes called being ‘on probation’ or ‘under supervision’. Your Offender Manager is sometimes called your ‘probation officer’ or your ‘supervising officer’.
How long will I be on licence?
If you are serving a life sentence you will be on licence for life after you are released from custody.
If you are serving an IPP sentence, you will be on licence indefinitely after your release from custody. You can apply to the parole board to have your licence removed after ten years."
http://www.prisonreformtrust.org.uk/ForPrisonersFamilies/Pri...

"Carrière : Agent de probation | CliquezJustice.ca
https://www.cliquezjustice.ca/carrieres-en.../agent-de-proba...
L'agent de probation, quant à lui, supervise et aide les contrevenants qui sont ... Lorsqu'on impose des conditions de probation à une personne, on ne vise pas ..."
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FX Fraipont
Belgium
Local time: 00:29
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probation du contrevenant


Explanation:
"What does being on licence mean?
When you are released you may be ‘on licence’.
This means you have an allocated Offender Manager and conditions which you must follow until a certain date – otherwise you could be returned to prison.
Being on licence is sometimes called being ‘on probation’ or ‘under supervision’. Your Offender Manager is sometimes called your ‘probation officer’ or your ‘supervising officer’.
How long will I be on licence?
If you are serving a life sentence you will be on licence for life after you are released from custody.
If you are serving an IPP sentence, you will be on licence indefinitely after your release from custody. You can apply to the parole board to have your licence removed after ten years."
http://www.prisonreformtrust.org.uk/ForPrisonersFamilies/Pri...

"Carrière : Agent de probation | CliquezJustice.ca
https://www.cliquezjustice.ca/carrieres-en.../agent-de-proba...
L'agent de probation, quant à lui, supervise et aide les contrevenants qui sont ... Lorsqu'on impose des conditions de probation à une personne, on ne vise pas ..."

FX Fraipont
Belgium
Local time: 00:29
Native speaker of: Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in category: 1055
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