Nevada Correctional Institutions; Aid to Victims of Crime
Sec. § 209.501
Temporary furloughs.


The Director may grant temporary furloughs consistent with classification evaluations and requirements:


To permit offenders to:


Be interviewed by prospective employers;


Respond to family emergencies; or


Participate in other approved activities.


For such other purposes as may be deemed appropriate by the Director with the approval of the Board.




Are limited to the confines of the State.


Must not be granted to offenders:


Sentenced to life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.


Imprisoned for violations of chapter 201 of NRS who have not been certified by the designated board as eligible for parole.


Must not be granted to an offender who is imprisoned for committing a battery which constitutes domestic violence pursuant to NRS 33.018, unless the Director makes a finding that the offender is not likely to pose a threat to the victim of the battery.


The Director shall notify appropriate law enforcement authorities in the affected county or city to anticipate the arrival of the offender within their jurisdiction and inform them of the date and time of the offender’s arrival, the reason the furlough was granted, the time when the furlough expires and any other pertinent information which the Director deems appropriate.


The Director with the approval of the Board shall adopt regulations for administering the provisions of this section and governing the conduct of offenders granted a furlough.
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