Nevada Correctional Institutions; Aid to Victims of Crime
Sec. § 213.410
Division to conduct inquiry regarding escape of offender from residential confinement or other violation of term or condition of residential confinement; duties of inquiring officer.


1.

Whenever it is alleged that an offender has escaped or otherwise violated the terms or conditions of his or her residential confinement, the Division shall conduct an inquiry to determine whether the offender has committed acts that would constitute such an escape or violation.

2.

An offender may be returned to the custody of the Department of Corrections pending the completion of the inquiry conducted by the Division pursuant to the provisions of this section.

3.

The inquiry must be conducted before an inquiring officer who:

(a)

Is not directly involved in the case;

(b)

Has not made the report of the escape or violation; and

(c)

Has not recommended the return of the offender to the custody of the Department of Corrections.

4.

The inquiring officer shall:

(a)

Provide the offender with notice of the inquiry and of the acts alleged to constitute his or her escape or violation of a term or condition of his or her residential confinement, and with an opportunity to be heard on the matter.

(b)

Upon completion of the inquiry, submit to the Chief Parole and Probation Officer his or her findings and recommendation regarding the disposition of the custody of the offender.

5.

After considering the findings and recommendation of the inquiring officer, the Chief Parole and Probation Officer shall determine the disposition of the custody of the offender. The decision of the Chief Parole and Probation Officer is final.

6.

Before a final determination is made to return an offender to the custody of the Department of Corrections, the Division shall provide the offender with a copy of the findings of the inquiring officer.
PROGRAMS OF REENTRY INTO COMMUNITY
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