Interstate Compact Agreement California

“Council of State,” resident members of the State Council for the Supervision of Intergovernmental Adults established by each state in accordance with Article III of this pact; “Commissioner,” the representative of any condensation state designated in accordance with Article III of this pact. transitional rules on the functioning of the pact and the interim government during all or part of the period between the pact`s entry into force and the date on which the last eligible state adopts the pact. The Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision (OACIOS) is an agreement that governs interstate travel by people on parole. It contains a series of unique procedures and conditions in which U.S. states and territories allow most probation officers to relocate or travel to another state. Any state within the meaning of Article II of the pact is entitled to become a state of condensation. The pact will enter into force through the legislative adoption of the Covenant and will be implemented by no less than 35 states. The original effective date is July 1, 2001 or after the 35th Court comes into force. Subsequently, as with any other state of condensation, it will become effective and binding when this state of thought implements the pact. Governors of non-member states or their representatives are invited to participate, on a non-voting basis, in the activities of the Interstate Commission prior to the adoption of the Covenant by all states and territories of the United States. The Interstate Commission, the Interstate Commission for the Oversight of the State of Mind established by this pact.

The Intergovernmental Commission is an entity, with a body and a common agency of condensation states. If the majority of legislators in the densification states reject a rule by adopting a statute or resolution in the same way as that used for the adoption of the pact, the rule no longer has power and effect in any condensing state. For any meeting held in accordance with this provision, the Chief Legal Officer of the Interstate Commission publicly certifies that, in his view, the meeting may be open to the public and refers to any relevant exempt provision. The Intergovernmental Commission maintains minutes detailing in a comprehensive and clear manner all the issues discussed at each meeting and provides a complete and precise summary of the measures taken and the resulting reasons, including a description of the different views expressed on each point and the minutes of each roll-call vote (which is reflected in each Member`s vote on this issue). All documents considered in an action must be recorded in the minutes. The Intergovernmental Commission collects standardized data on interstate movements of offenders, in accordance with its statutes and rules, indicating the data to be collected, the obligations for the collection and exchange of data and reports. A “compact manager” means the designated person in each condensation state in accordance with the provisions of this covenant, who is responsible for the management and management of the supervision and transfer of offenders by the State in accordance with the provisions of that pact, the rules adopted by the Intergovernmental Commission and the policies adopted by the Council of State under that pact.