Chapter 209 Department of Corrections

Sections

209.011
Definitions.
209.021
“Board” defined.
209.031
“Classification” defined.
209.041
“Custody” defined.
209.051
“Department” defined.
209.061
“Director” defined.
209.065
“Facility” defined.
209.071
“Institution” defined.
209.075
“Manager” defined.
209.077
“Medical Director” defined.
209.081
“Offender” defined.
209.083
“Private facility or institution” defined.
209.085
“Warden” defined.
209.101
Department created; Board of State Prison Commissioners.
209.111
Powers and duties of Board.
209.116
Board to adopt regulations establishing maximum number of prisoners who may be incarcerated in private facility or institution.
209.121
Director of Department: Appointment; qualifications; salary; other employment prohibited.
209.131
Director of Department: Duties.
209.132
Director of Department: Authority to delegate powers, duties or functions.
209.134
Director of Department: Submission to county clerk of list of offenders released from prison or discharged from parole.
209.136
Director of Department: Notification of Legislature regarding certain matters.
209.141
Agreements with governmental agencies and private organizations.
209.151
Deputy directors: Appointment; duties; other employment prohibited.
209.153
Deputy Director for Industrial Programs: Retirement benefits.
209.161
Wardens of institutions: Appointment; duties.
209.181
Officers and employees residing at institution or facility: Charges and perquisites; notice to Legislature.
209.183
Travel expenses authorized for certain employees at specified correctional centers and conservation camps; exceptions.
209.189
Fund for Prison Industries.
209.192
Fund for New Construction of Facilities for Prison Industries.
209.194
Silver State Industries Endowment Fund.
209.221
Offenders’ Store Fund.
209.225
Investment and disbursement of interest and income of Offenders’ Store Fund.
209.229
Operation of vending machines in visitors’ areas; profits from operation to be deposited in Offenders’ Store Fund.
209.231
Deposit of money received from operation of conservation camp into Division of Forestry Account; powers and duties of State Forester Firewarden.
209.239
Regulation of personal property of offenders.
209.241
Safekeeping of money and valuables of offenders: Prisoners’ Personal Property Fund; duties of Director; withdrawals by offenders; disbursement of interest and income; penalties; exemptions.
209.243
Administrative claim by prisoner for loss of personal property, property damage, personal injuries or other claims; regulations.
209.244
Attorney General may establish program for mediating complaints from offenders; duties.
209.246
Deductions from individual account of offender.
209.247
Deductions from individual account of offender: Order of priority.
209.248
Account for disbursements to offenders: Establishment; use; reimbursement.
209.251
Books and papers kept by Board or Director: Inspection; delivery to successors.
209.254
Department to provide list of persons eligible for parole.
209.261
Transportation of offender to appropriate institution or facility.
209.273
Unnecessary expense not allowed; offenders transported collectively.
209.274
Transportation of offender to appear before court.
209.276
Reimbursement for transportation of witness in action by offender concerning civil rights.
209.281
Temporary interstate transportation.
209.291
Transfer of offenders: Within Department; to other governmental agencies; between United States and foreign country.
209.293
Transfer of offender to correctional institution of another state.
209.301
Transfer of minors to state facility for detention of children.
209.311
Transfer of persons detained in local facility to institution or facility of Department for safekeeping.
209.321
Transfer of offender for psychiatric observation or treatment.
209.331
Medical evaluation or treatment of offender outside institution or facility.
209.341
Director to establish system of initial classification and evaluation for offenders; assignment of offender to appropriate institution or facility of Department.
209.351
Director to establish system of ongoing classification and evaluation for offenders and to maintain records.
209.352
Director may establish system for offender management.
209.353
Department to collect and submit information regarding offenders to Central Repository for Nevada Records of Criminal History.
209.354
Department to monitor each private facility or institution which houses prisoners who are incarcerated pursuant to authority of another state; reimbursement for costs of such monitoring.
209.356
Director to establish program of regimental discipline.
209.361
Director to adopt regulations and penalties for violations.
209.365
Director to establish program to prevent offenders from possessing or receiving certain publications.
209.367
Director to establish program for testing of offenders for use of alcohol and controlled substances.
209.369
Limitation on imposition of disciplinary segregation; assignment to solitary confinement for safety of offender; procedure for imposition of disciplinary segregation; requirement for psychological evaluation; request for release; conditions of disciplinary segregation.
209.371
Corporal punishment and inhumane treatment prohibited.
209.376
Limitations on use of restraints on offender who is in labor, delivering her baby or recuperating from delivery.
209.381
Diet, housing and hygiene of offenders; medical and dental services of institutions and facilities.
209.382
Chief Medical Officer to examine and report on medical and dental services, diet of offenders, sanitation and safety in institutions and facilities.
209.385
Testing offenders for exposure to human immunodeficiency virus; disclosure of name of offender whose tests are positive; segregation of offender; duties of Director.
209.387
Legislative findings and declarations regarding programs for education of offenders.
209.389
Board to establish programs for general education, vocational education and training and other rehabilitation.
209.391
Director to administer programs of education, training and rehabilitation, to establish programs for counseling, research, statistics and planning and to purchase textbooks.
209.392
Residential confinement: Duration; notification to victim; eligibility; violation of terms or conditions; status; restitution.
209.393
Regulations regarding literacy of offenders.
209.396
Limitations on assignment of offender to industrial or vocational school; educational requirements for offender with developmental, learning or other disability.
209.401
Director may establish facilities for offenders to live in community.
209.417
Offenders not to have access to telecommunications devices; exceptions.
209.419
Interception of offender’s communications by telecommunications devices: Notice; exceptions.
209.423
Visits and correspondence between offenders and others.
209.424
Offenders excluded from participation.
209.425
Establishment of program; program to include rehabilitation, education and counseling; assignment of wages.
209.427
Assignment of offender to program; withdrawal of offender from program.
209.429
Director to assign offender to serve term of residential confinement under certain circumstances; effect of violating terms or conditions of residential confinement; status; restitution.
209.432
Definitions.
209.433
Credits for offender sentenced on or before June 30, 1969.
209.443
Credits for offender sentenced after June 30, 1969, for crime committed before July 1, 1985.
209.446
Credits for offender sentenced for crime committed on or after July 1, 1985, but before July 17, 1997.
209.447
Credits for offender sentenced after June 30, 1991, for crime committed before July 1, 1985, and released on parole.
209.448
Credits for completion of program of treatment for abuse of alcohol or drugs.
209.449
Credits for completion of vocational education and training or other program.
209.451
Forfeiture and restoration of credits.
209.457
Program for operating conservation camps.
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.
209.461
Duties and powers of Director; requirements for programs for employment of offenders.
209.462
Director to provide secure facility for production of license plates.
209.463
Deductions from wages earned by offender during incarceration; priority of deductions.
209.471
Offender may be allowed to participate in program beneficial to community.
209.481
Assignment of offender to institution or facility of minimum security.
209.488
“Reentry court” defined.
209.492
Status while participating in work or educational release program or other assignment.
209.501
Temporary furloughs.
209.511
Duties of Director relating to release of offenders from prison.
209.517
Notice to Department of Motor Vehicles when certain offenders have completed period of imprisonment or are placed on residential confinement.
209.521
Notification of victim of escape or release of offender.
209.1315
Director of Department: Training of correctional staff.
209.2475
Deductions from individual account of offender: Limitations; disposition of remaining money upon release of offender; reduction or elimination; transmittal.
209.2745
Payment for transportation of offender to appear as witness in action for small claims.
209.3515
Director may request or provide medical or mental health records of certain offenders.
209.3517
Director may apply for determination of eligibility for Medicaid on behalf of offender.
209.3815
Autopsy of offenders.
209.3825
Order by court affecting conditions of confinement of prisoner; Director entitled to notice and opportunity to be heard; exception.
209.3925
Residential confinement or other appropriate supervision of offenders who are physically incapacitated or in ill health: Eligibility; duration; notice; notification to victim; effect of violation of terms or conditions; status; restitution.
209.4231
Definitions.
209.4232
“Division” defined.
209.4233
“Program of aftercare” defined.
209.4234
“Substance abuser” defined.
209.4235
“Therapeutic community” defined.
209.4236
Director to establish therapeutic communities.
209.4237
Program to evaluate offenders for participation in therapeutic community; assignment to participate in therapeutic community.
209.4238
Programs of aftercare.
209.4239
Removal from therapeutic community or program of aftercare; Director may establish conditions, sanctions and incentives regarding participation; immunity.
209.4242
Director may contract with qualified persons.
209.4244
Report by Director to Legislature.
209.4291
Establishment of program; duties of Department; condition of participation in program.
209.4293
Court authorized to remand probation violator to program for supervision and to receive treatment for alcohol or drug abuse or mental illness; eligibility for treatment.
209.4295
Payment of cost of supervision and treatment; performance of community service as contribution toward cost; issuance of judgment for unpaid costs.
209.4297
Release of probationer from supervision; completion of remaining or additional period of probation; revocation of probation.
209.4299
Submission of report concerning probationers participating in program.
209.4465
Credits for offender sentenced for crime committed on or after July 17, 1997.
209.4475
Credits for offender on parole as of January 1, 2004, or released on parole on or after January 1, 2004.
209.4495
Limitation on amount of credit offender may earn.
209.4615
Offender to obtain approval of Director for employment, contractual activity or business activity; private employment of offender.
209.4815
Procedure for emergency purchase of supplies, materials or equipment.
209.4817
Committee on Industrial Programs: Creation; members; terms of appointed members; appointment of alternate members; payment of compensation, allowances and travel expenses.
209.4818
Committee on Industrial Programs: Duties.
209.4827
Centers to house offenders.
209.4829
Assignment of offender to center.
209.4831
Deduction from wages of offender for living expenses.
209.4837
Agreement for assignment and distribution of wages of offender; schedule of restitution.
209.4841
Distribution of earnings of offender.
209.4843
Termination of payments of restitution.
209.4871
Definitions.
209.4873
“Correctional program” defined.
209.4874
“Division” defined.
209.4877
“Judicial program” defined.
209.4883
Judicial program: Establishment; assignment of offenders; supervision of offenders.
209.4886
Participation in judicial program: Referral of offender to reentry court; powers and duties of Director; regulations; reimbursement of costs; effect of violation of terms and conditions; status of offender.
209.4887
Correctional program: Establishment; assignment of offenders; restitution.
209.4888
Participation in correctional program: Suitability of offender; powers and duties of Director; regulations; reimbursement of costs; effect of violation of terms and conditions; status of offender.
209.4889
Powers and duties of Director: Contracting for certain services for offenders or parolees in correctional or judicial program; providing referrals and information regarding services; applying for and accepting gifts and grants.
209.42305
Prisoner contact with child of prisoner; use of equipment for videoconference.