NoticeMissionSummaryIn the interest of enhancing public safety, the Commission wishes to examine the sanctioning and retaking of offenders who violate conditions of supervision and who commit new crimes in the receiving state. Specifically, the committee is asked to review and recommend changes to Chapter 1, “Definitions” and Chapter 5 “Retaking” of the ICAOS rules. The National Office will support the work of the committee by providing administrative assistance, logistic support, and research.Meetings: 11/17/15 @ 3:30pm ET: Agenda / Calendar 12/15/15 @ 3:30pm ET: Agenda / Calendar 01/19/16 @ 3:30pm ET: Agenda / Calendar 02/23/16 - Face-to-Face: Agenda / Calendar 03/08/16 @ 3:30pm ET: Agenda / Calendar 03/15/16 @ 3:30pm ET: Agenda / Calendar Minutes11/17/15 | 12/15/15 | 01/19/16 | 02/23/16 | 03/08/16 ChairRobert M. Maccarone, Esq.Commissioner, New York
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Robert M. Maccarone, Esq., was appointed by Governor Andrew Cuomo in August of 2014 to serve as New York State’s Commissioner and Compact Administrator for the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision. Robert Maccarone also serves as the NY State Director of Probation and is a Deputy Commissioner at the NYS Division of Criminal Justice Services, where he oversees New York’s more than 200 alternative to incarceration community corrections programs. He also oversees NYS’ juvenile probation interstate transfer unit, the State’s Ignition Interlock Device Program, and 19 County Re-entry Task Forces. Mr. Maccarone has served four Governors, working for New York State more than 13 years. Previously, he worked as a Prosecutor—Deputy Bureau Chief—for the Westchester County District Attorney’s Office, and as a Deputy Commissioner for the County’s Corrections Department. Mr. Maccarone has undergraduate and graduate degrees in Psychology and Sociology from Fordham University, and a Juris Doctor degree from PACE University. Vice ChairTracy HudrlikCommissioner, Wisconsin
Court Services and Offender Supervision AgencyTracy Hudrlik graduated from University of Wisconsin-Platteville with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Criminal Justice. She began her career with the Wisconsin Department of Corrections in 1993 as a Probation and Parole Agent. She moved to Minnesota and was employed as a Probation Officer there from 1995-1999. Returning to Wisconsin in 1999, she has served as Probation and Parole Agent, Staff Program Development Specialist, 2nd Chance Act Coordinator and Reentry Employment Coordinator before holding her current position as Corrections Services Supervisor/Interstate Compact Administrator. Tracy has been the Interstate Compact Administrator/Corrections Services Supervisor for the Division of Community Corrections since May 2013. In this capacity, Tracy oversees the Interstate Compact functions and serves on the Rules Committee. In addition to interstate compact, Tracy is responsible for the development and oversight of offender programming, education, employment and reentry activities for the Division of Community Corrections. Tracy also represents the Division on several work groups and planning committees that guide the implementation of evidence based practices and initiatives.