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Public Hearing for Rule 2.111

Event Details

Public Hearing for Rule 2.111

  • Start Date/Time: Wednesday, June 10, 2020 2:00PM [Eastern Daylight Time]
  • Category: Public Hearing
  • Location: WebEx Meeting Center
  • Description:

    Notice of Public Hearing

     

    In accordance with Compact Rule 2.109(j), rule making procedures shall be retroactively applied to emergency adopted rules as reasonably possible. On April 21, 2020, the Commission voted to adopt Rule 2.111 Emergency Suspension of Enforcement. A public hearing has been scheduled for this rule.  Details on location and time as well the process for attending the hearing is outlined below.

     

    Place: Webinar https://interstatecompact.webex.com/interstatecompact/j.php?MTID=m9e8fe0a935fc2bd9b946ce3c1a7bc360

    Meeting number: 611 081 867

    Password: icaos

     

    The manner which interested persons may submit notice to the Commission of their intent to attend may be done in writing (either mail or email) to:

     

    Ashley Lippert, Executive Director

    836 Euclid Avenue, Suite 322

    Lexington, KY 40502

    alippert@interstatecompact.org

     

    RULE 2.111 Emergency Suspension of Enforcement

    Upon a declaration of a national emergency by the President of the United States and/or the declaration of emergency by one or more Governors of the compact member states in response to a crisis, the Commission may, by majority vote, authorize the Executive Committee to temporarily suspend enforcement of Commission rules or parts thereof, but shall not suspend enforcement of any Compact powers and duties specified in the statute. Such suspension shall be justified based upon:

     

    1. The degree of disruption of procedures or timeframes regulating the movement of offenders under the applicable provisions of the Compact, which is the basis for the suspension;

     

    1. The degree of benefit (or detriment) of such suspension to the offender and/or public safety; and

     

    1. The anticipated duration of the emergency.

     

    (b) The length of any suspension shall be subject to the length of the national/state declaration(s) of emergency, or preemptively concluded by majority vote of the Executive Committee, whichever occurs sooner.

     

    (c) States shall still maintain all of their duties under the Compact, unless instructed otherwise.

     

    Effective Date: April 21, 2020