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The Department of Corrections does not supervise parolees or those sentenced to probation only. Call If you have been sexually assaulted, help is available. If you know or suspect a child is being sexually abused, please report it to your local child protective services.
The jurisdiction of has been offline for. Department of Justice and state, territorial and tribal governments, working together for the safety of adults and children. This is the agency to contact for information regarding the specific time and place of an inmate's hearing for parole, and any questions regarding the decisions of the Parole Board.
Advanced Search. Recent Arrests The Department of Corrections generally only has custody of, and information on, offenders who have received a sentence of incarceration in a Nevada State Prison, and are currently serving that sentence.
This agency must naturally give priority to the needs of the community for security, and the location of beds in order to prevent overcrowding, and maintain a constitutionally acceptable environment for all inmates throughout the State. Compassionate Release The Department of Corrections does have a program for compassionate release for inmates who are terminally ill, or who suffer from substantial physical handicaps.
The Department of Corrections generally only has custody of, and information on, offenders who have received a sentence of incarceration in a Nevada State Prison, and are currently serving that sentence. Inmate Information. Requests for this type of release are generally initiated by the Medical Division of the Department.
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How to Identify. Call your local police or contact the national sexual assault hotline at HOPE free, confidential, anonymous. See Contact Us in this website WARNING: The State Repository is a repository of information only and individuals obtaining information from the Registry may want to contact local law enforcement or court from which the information originated in order to assure that the information is accurate and up to date, as well as whether the information is the final disposition on the matter.
The Nevada Sex Offender Registry updates this information regularly, to assure that it is complete and accurate however, this information can change frequently.