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

Nevada

Nevada

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Status
Signed into law:
June 6, 2001


Commissioner

Shawn Arruti

Commissioner / Compact Administrator / DPS Captain

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Biography

Shawn Arruti, Nevada Department of Public Safety Captain, has over 22 years of combined experience in the field of parole and probation. He previo

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Shawn Arruti, Nevada Department of Public Safety Captain, has over 22 years of combined experience in the field of parole and probation. He previously served the Nevada Division of Parole and Probation as a DPS Officer, a DPS Field Training Officer, DPS Sergeant and DPS Lieutenant. Prior to relocating to Nevada in August, 1998, he served as a Juvenile Probation Officer in Maricopa County, Arizona. Originally assigned to the Nevada Compact Office in April, 2006, he was appointed by the governor on April 12, 2016, to serve as the Nevada Commissioner to the Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision (ICAOS) and as Chairman of the Nevada State Council for Interstate Adult Offender Supervision. He previously served as the Deputy Compact Administrator for Nevada, Captain Arruti holds a Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Psychology from the University of New Mexico (1994). He is also a graduate of Northwestern University, Center for Public Safety, School of Police Staff and Command.

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Deputy Compact Administrator

Deon McDaniel

DCA / DPS Lieutenant

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State ICOTS Administrator

NV - ICOTS Administrator

ICOTS Administrator

 

Compact Office

Christopher Clifton

DPS Sergeant - Assistant DCA

 

Nora Antonucci

Outgoing Interstate Offenders

 

Victims’ Representative

Rebecca Salazar

Victims' Representative

 

State Council

Members

Shawn Arruti, Chair, Commissioner / Compact Administrator / DPS Captain
Rebecca Salazar, Victim Advocate, Executive Branch

Meredith Beresford, Executive Branch
Vacant, Executive Branch
Senator David R. Parks, State Senate, Legislative Branch
Assemblyman Steve Yeager, State Assembly, Legislative Branch
Honorable Scott N. Freeman, District Court Judge, Judicial Branch

Meeting Documents

07/11/17



Fees

Supervision

$30/mo

Application

N/A

Other

GPS Monitoring: Nevada has the ability to supervise offenders required to be supervised with GPS technology. Nevada has contracted with a provider for GPS monitoring equipment and services. This program is offender funded. The offender is required to pay a daily rate that averages between $13–$16/day (depending on the equipment required). This rate is in addition to the $30/mo supervision fee that is statutorily required.