Nevada Correctional Institutions; Aid to Victims of Crime
Sec. § 209.351
Director to establish system of ongoing classification and evaluation for offenders and to maintain records.


The Director shall:

1.

Establish a system of ongoing classification and evaluation to ensure the individualized custody, care and training of offenders under the Departments jurisdiction.

2.

Keep, or cause to be kept, records for each offender containing:

(a)

The offenders name, age, date of birth, race, sex, height, weight, complexion, color of eyes and hair, peculiarities of build or features.

(b)

The offenders place of birth (state, county or city, or country, province or city).

(c)

The offenders occupation and whether the offender can read and write.

(d)

The offenders record of conviction, including the date of sentence, name of the judge passing sentence, county from which sentenced, crime charged, date of incarceration, term of imprisonment and expiration date of minimum and maximum terms of imprisonment.

(e)

The medical records of the offender, including, but not limited to, medical records produced by the Department and medical records produced by a provider of health care outside the prison.

(f)

Such other desirable or pertinent information as may be necessary.

3.

Maintain a comprehensive record of the behavior of each offender reflecting his or her accomplishments and progress as well as charges of infractions of regulations, punishments imposed and medical services rendered.
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