New South Wales to Strengthen ‘No Body No Parole’ Laws

Convicted killers in the Australian state of New South Wales (NSW) who refuse to disclose the whereabouts of their victim’s remains will not be granted parole under new laws, which will bring NSW into line with other state jurisdictions.
While currently, the ‘no body no parole’ law is an option for the State Parole Authority (SPA), the reform will see it become mandatory, meaning offenders must co-operate with investigators to reveal the location of remains for any chance of being released on parole.
In a statement on Tuesday, Premier Dominic Perrottet said the state would make it impossible for offenders to be granted parole if they willfully refuse to disclose information about their victim’s remains….

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