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Signed into law:
May 28, 2002


Jerry Adger


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Jerry Adger was appointed as Director of the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services by Governor Nikki Haley in January

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Jerry Adger was appointed as Director of the South Carolina Department of Probation, Parole and Pardon Services by Governor Nikki Haley in January 2015.


Mr. Adger has had a diverse background in the criminal justice arena. His career spans over 30 years, specializing in law enforcement tactics, program management, strategic planning, and achieving organizational goals. He began his career with the Federal Bureau of Investigations as a Fingerprint Analyst. At the South Carolina Law Enforcement Division he served 23 years working in several capacities, including Fingerprint Examiner and Fingerprint Instructor, Special Agent of Investigations, SWAT Team Member, Internal Affairs Investigator and Community Relations Liaison. He then went to the South Carolina Department of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) in December 1999 to direct the newly established Office of the Inspector General. He is South Carolina’s first nationally certified Inspector General, receiving his certification at the American University in Washington, D.C., through the Inspectors General Institute.



In 2003, Adger was appointed to the position of Deputy Director, in which he served for eight years. During his tenure, he gained a national reputation for his work transforming the treatment of young women at Willow Lane, a gender-responsive facility. In 2011, he was appointed as Inspector General for the South Carolina Department of Corrections.



Mr. Adger is an adjunct professor in the School of Criminology and Criminal Justice at the University of South Carolina. He holds a Master of Criminal Justice Degree and a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of South Carolina. He is a 2012 graduate of the Riley Institute at Furman University’s Diversity Leaders Initiative, a program that imparts deep knowledge and skills to effectively manage and lead increasingly diverse workers, clients and constituents. He also is a 2006 graduate of the South Carolina Executive Institute. In December 2016, Governor Nikki Haley awarded Director Adger the Order of the Palmetto.



Compact Administrator

Christopher Harris

Compact Administrator

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Deputy Compact Administrator

State ICOTS Administrator

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ICOTS Administrator


Compact Office

Vacant -

Compact Coordinator


Jan Barton

DCA Assistant

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Lisa McGill

Reporting Instructions


Victims’ Representative

Laura Hudson

Victims' Representative

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Number: SDCL Sec 24-16A-1


Authority to Detain and Hold Form / 05.01.17

Offender Information

Sex Offender Registration Requirements

Violation Grid Information

Responding to a Violation

State Council


Jerry B. Adger, Director, Compact Commissioner, SCDPPPS
Laura Hudson, SC Crime Victims’ Council
Victoria Jakes, Compact Administrator, SCDPPPS
Honorable Greg Hembree, SC Senate
Patty Patterson, Sumter County Chief of Police, Retired
Paulette Edwards, Deputy Solicitor Fifth Judicial Circuit
Sheriff Anthony Dennis, Sumter County Sheriff’s Department
Jeff Harmon, Regional Director, SCDPPPS
Jeanette McBride, Richland County Clerk of Courts







Intensive Supervision: $20/wk
GPS Active: $40/wk
GPS Passive: $20/wk
Drug Test: $20 (1x)
Public Service Employment: $25 (1x)
DNA: $250 (1x)