Let's not forget that each board member makes his decisions independently. There can be divisions when one commissioner says "yes" and the other says "no". At that point, another group of board members is put in place.
Had a parole officer presented something similar during a hearing, I would never have continued the hearing. I would have asked for additional information, hence the immediate revocation or house arrest.
Indeed, I would have spoken to the director general of the parole board in Quebec about this so that he could contact the people at the Correctional Service. Such a strategy makes no sense. Moreover, it increases the risk.