I think that this is part of the issue. Yes, if it's denied at the hearing, that's one thing. However, no concrete action is taken at the hearing to protect young women. Even if the inmate is told not to go, the inmate isn't subject to any special conditions because the decision doesn't include any. That's the first thing.
Then, as I said earlier, this new information was discovered at the hearing. The new information must be reviewed and clarified. Measures should have been taken at that point to either adjourn the hearing and immediately revoke the offender's conditional release, or to place the offender under house arrest until the strategy was clarified.
Concrete measures must be implemented to protect women and Canadian society.