Nevada Correctional Institutions; Aid to Victims of Crime
Sec. § 209.4883
Judicial program: Establishment; assignment of offenders; supervision of offenders.


1.

A judicial district may establish a judicial program for reentry of offenders and parolees into the community pursuant to this section.

2.

If a judicial district establishes a judicial program pursuant to this section, the reentry court shall:

(a)

Determine whether offenders who are referred by the Director pursuant to NRS 209.4886 should be assigned to the custody of the Division to participate in a judicial program.

(b)

Determine whether parolees who are referred by the Chair of the State Board of Parole Commissioners pursuant to NRS 213.625 should be ordered by the Board to participate in a judicial program as a condition of their parole.

(c)

Supervise offenders and parolees participating in the judicial program during their participation in the judicial program.

3.

An offender may not be assigned to the custody of the Division to participate in a judicial program unless the reentry court grants prior approval of the assignment pursuant to this section.

4.

Except as otherwise provided in NRS 213.625, a parolee may not participate in a judicial program as a condition of his or her parole unless the reentry court grants prior approval for his or her participation pursuant to this section.
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Nov. 12, 2019