Nevada Correctional Institutions; Aid to Victims of Crime
Sec. § 209.459
Employment of offenders: Report on potential impacts of new program; program for employment in services and manufacturing; submission of contract related to new program for approval.


1.

The Director shall:

(a)

Submit a report to the Committee on Industrial Programs identifying the potential impacts of any new program for the employment of offenders on private employers and labor in this State. In preparing such a report, the Director shall include any information required pursuant to paragraph (b) of subsection 7 of NRS 209.461 and must perform due diligence in obtaining such information from:

(1)

The Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation;

(2)

The Department of Business and Industry;

(3)

The Office of Economic Development; and

(4)

Representatives of organized labor in this State.

(b)

Seek and present the recommendations of the Committee on Industrial Programs to the Board of State Prison Commissioners and, with the approval of the Board of State Prison Commissioners, establish and carry out a program for the employment of offenders in services and manufacturing conducted by institutions of the Department or by private employers.

2.

Before any new program for the employment of offenders is established pursuant to this section, the Director shall submit any contract related to the employment of such offenders to the State Board of Examiners for approval.
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