Interstate Compact Offender Tracking System ICOTS public web portal - Allows the public to search for information about offenders who have transferred supervision to another state or are in another state with permission while the supervision transfer is under consideration. Navigating the Compact - Answers common compact questions for offenders and their families. The mission of the Texas Interstate Compact Office is to successfully facilitate the transfer of adult offenders placed on probation and parole whose supervision needs to be transferred to a state or territory other than the state or territory of conviction, based on public safety concerns and Interstate Compact Rules and to help criminal justice entities and the public understand and comply with interstate compact law. At the discretion of the supervising officer, offenders who meet the following criteria are eligible for mandatory transfer:. Generally, offenders eligible to transfer under the compact shall not be permitted to travel or relocate to the receiving state without reporting instructions approved or until accepted by the receiving state. There are exceptions such as offenders living in the receiving state at sentencing and expedited request due to emergencies.
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Skip to content. Skip to navigation. The Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision, required by state and federal laws, is responsible for tracking all supervised offenders coming into and leaving Kansas, parole National Crime Information Center warrant entries and the tracking and extradition of absconders arrested out of state. The number of courtesy supervision cases is virtually an even exchange with other states. The State of Kansas does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sex, disability, sexual orientation, or age in the delivery of services. Personal tools Log in. Search Site only in current section.
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If you are placed on felony formal probation and supervised by a probation officer you might expect that moving to another state to comes with some challenges. Many probationers are surprised and unhappy to learn that even informal probation can prohibit them from moving to a different state before their probation expires. If you are on probation and you wish to move to another state during the period of your probation, you may have to apply for transfer through Interstate Compact. The Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision exists for the purpose of evaluating and processing the transfer of adult probationers from one state to another while maintaining continuous supervision.
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