The Parole Board has released its conditions surrounding the release of Stewart Wilson and they are mostly unchanged.
The notorious sex offender was released from jail this morning and moved to a self-care unit onto the prison grounds just outside of Wanganui.
The Parole Board says it is now up to the Department of Corrections how Wilson is reintegrated back into the community.
Seventeen special conditions have been imposed on his release, and the decision on whether two minders are with Wilson when he is in the public, is up to the Department of Corrections to administer.
There is also less flexibility with the weekly schedule that Wilson has to follow.
Mr Wilson has told Corrections officials that he plans to keep to himself.
General Manager of Corrections Services, Brendan Anstiss, says Wilson was apprehensive about his release.
"He has no intention of seeking to go into the community in the near future, that is consistent with our planning, he's happy to stay just where he is for the time being."
Mr Antiss says probation officials are spending time with the Beast of Blenheim to make sure he is well informed of his release conditions.
"We want to make sure that we get all of those right and that he fully understands those. So the first opportunity we get expect of Mr Wilson having any time by himself will be probably later on tonight."