Lawyers for victims had asked CPS to review its decision not to prosecute serial sex attacker over other claims of sexual assault
The Crown Prosecution Service has rejected calls for it to review its decision not to prosecute the serial sex attacker John Worboys for further allegations of sexual assault.
The 60-year old black-cab driver is due to be released from prison at the end of this month after serving almost 10 years for drugging 12 women, sexually assaulting seven of them and raping one.
The Parole Board is able to assess the continued risk posed by prisoners based on psychiatrist and prison guard reports at Parole Board hearings that take place around once a year for each offender. Some of the hearings are oral, some of them written.