Nevada Correctional Institutions; Aid to Victims of Crime
Sec. § 213.10915
Automated victim notification of eligibility of prisoner for residential confinement and consideration for parole; requirements; exceptions.


1.

The Board, in consultation with the Division, may enter into an agreement with the manager of an automated victim notification system to notify victims of the information described in NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429 and subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131 through the system if the system is capable of:

(a)

Automatically notifying by telephone or electronic means a victim registered with the system of the information described in NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429 and subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131 with the timeliness required by NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429 and subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131; and

(b)

Notifying victims registered with the system, using language provided by the Board, if the Board decides that it will discontinue the use of the system to notify victims of the information described in NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429 and subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131. The notice must:

(1)

Be provided to each victim registered with the system not less than 90 days before the date on which the Board will discontinue use of the system; and

(2)

Advise each victim to submit a written request for notification pursuant to subsection 4 of NRS 213.131 if the victim wishes to receive notice of the information described in NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429 and subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131.

2.

The Division is not required to notify the victim of an offender of the information described in NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429, and the Board is not required to notify the victim of a prisoner of the information described in subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131 if:

(a)

The Board has entered into an agreement pursuant to subsection 1; and

(b)

Before discontinuing the notification of victims pursuant to NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429 and subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131, the Board, not less than two times and not less than 60 days apart, has notified each victim who has requested notification pursuant to subsection 4 of NRS 213.131 and who has provided his or her current address or whose current address is otherwise known by the Board of the change in the manner in which a victim is notified of the information described in NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429 and subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131. The notice must:

(1)

Advise the victim that the Division will no longer notify the victim of the information described in NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429, that the Board will no longer notify the victim of the information described in subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131, and that the victim may register with the automated victim notification system if he or she wishes to be notified of the information described in NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429 and subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131; and

(2)

Include instructions for registering with the automated victim notification system to receive notice of the information described in NRS 209.392, 209.3923, 209.3925 and 209.429 and subsections 4 and 7 of NRS 213.131.

3.

For the purposes of this section, “victim” has the meaning ascribed to it in NRS 213.005.
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