This included advice from the Serious Offenders Review Council which found Peters was unlikely to reoffend and has suitable post-release plans.
Community Corrections also supported Peters' release on parole.
The SPA said it intended to grant parole and the matter will be listed for a public review hearing in August. Peters' non-parole period ends August 14.
During sentence proceedings in 2012, the court was told Peters suffered from severe depression and bipolar disorder, and that he claimed to have no memory of attaching the device to Ms Pulver's neck.
He told one psychiatrist he had “no idea” why he chose the Pulver home.
Ms Pulver and the group of police officers who helped her amid the ordeal were in 2017 bestowed with bravery awards and citations.
Ms Pulver is the daughter of ex-Australian Rugby Union boss Bill Pulver.