^^ They both go to court. A court ordered parole order is received during sentencing, and if the offender receives immediate release, they are given the opportunity to 'serve' their sentence in the community (so they go on parole straight away). If they breach the parole, they are then incarcerated for the duration stipulated in the orders. Some orders require incarceration for a specific duration first (so not immediately released). All orders are issued by the Court.