Jarryd hayne shown in video with alleged hells bikie gang members Andrew Gower and Adam Purinton as he addresses the crowd at the end of a rally at the MCG on Tuesday, June 9, 2012
Jarryd hayne shown in video with alleged hells bikie gang members Andrew Gower and Adam Purinton as he addresses the crowd at the end 바카라사이트of a rally at the MCG on Tuesday, June 9, 2012. The NSW Parliament has passed a motion to suspend the parole of Andrew Gower and Adam Purinton, who had been granted parole on the same day for offences including violent drug dealing and violence with a firearm. AFP Photo / Peter Rae
The legislation would allow police and the government to take over the prosecution of those who are “entrenched members” of a crime group.
Under the proposals, those who have been on probation for a minimum of three years would be considered entrenching members — or people considered to be their main contact with the gang members.
“The decision to grant parole has not come through the prosecution or under a court order. Rather, it has been based on recommendations by an independent panel of the National Court,” a spokeswoman for Public Safety Minister Steven Miles said in a statement.
“Under this model, if they’re already on parole, they would receive further advice on their parole application, and it would be up to them whether they apply for a conditional release to continue on their parole.”