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Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision | Ensuring Public Safety for the 21st Century

Alabama

Alabama

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Status
Signed into law:
April 17, 2002


Commissioner

Tom Langer

Commissioner / Compact Administrator

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Biography

Tom Langer started his career with the State of Alabama in September 1982 as a Corrections Officer with the Alabama Department of Corrections

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Tom Langer started his career with the State of Alabama in September 1982 as a Corrections Officer with the Alabama Department of Corrections. In 1986, Tom changed job classifications from Corrections Officer to a Classification Specialist still working with the Department of Corrections. In July 1989, he accepted employment with the Alabama Board of Pardons and Paroles as a Probation and Parole Officer. Over the years he climbed the promotional ladder from Supervisor to District Manager to his current position as Division Director of the Interstate Compact Unit. Tom graduated from The University of Alabama in August 1980 with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice and a double minor in Business and Social Work. In December 1998, he received a Juris Doctorate from Birmingham School of Law.

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Deputy Compact Administrator

Lee Ishman

DCA

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State ICOTS Administrator

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ICOTS Administrator

 

Compact Office

Beverly Gilder

ICOTS Administrator

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Stacey Whitlow

Interstate Compact ASA III

 

Victims’ Representative

Miriam Shehane

Victims' Representative

 

Documents


Bill/Statute

Number: AL ST Sec 15-22-1-1

Offender Information

Sex Offender Registration Requirements

Sex Offender Act

State Council

Members

Stephen Frisby, Attorney General Representative
Honorable David A. Kimberley
Alcornia Terry, Department of Corrections
Christopher Norman, Board of Pardons and Paroles
Honorable Connie Rowe
Honorable Cam Ward
Vacant, Crime Victim’s Organization
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Vacant



Fees

Supervision

$40/mo

Application

$75/application

Exemption: Reviewed on a case-by-case basis by Board of Pardons and Paroles for undue hardship