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Commissioner, South Dakota
Douglas Clark is the Executive Director of the South Dakota Board of Pardons and Paroles for the Department of Corrections. He received his BA in Management from the University of Sioux Falls and a Graduate Certificate in Public Administration and Organizational Management from the University of South Dakota in 2014 as part of the SD Governor’s Leadership Excellence program. Doug began his career with the South Dakota Department of Corrections in 1994 as a Correctional Officer in the State Penitentiary in Sioux Falls. He held numerous positions within security as well as unit management, including Corporal, Sergeant, Special Security/Investigations Sergeant, Correctional Counselor, Unit Case Manager, and Unit Manager. In 2002, he was hired by the Parole Division to serve as a Corrections Specialist. He was named the Director of Field Operations for Parole Services in 2008. In these positions, Douglas was instrumental in the development, implementation, and oversight of the Community Risk Assessment/Re-Assessment instrument and process, as well as the Policy-Driven Response to Violation Matrix. He directed the arming of parole agents in South Dakota, expanded the use of evidence based practices in South Dakota Parole Services, and assisted with the implementation of system-wide strategies and process changes that came as a result of the state’s Justice Reinvestment Initiative. In May 2015, Douglas was appointed as the Executive Director of the South Dakota Board of Pardons and Paroles. In this position, he is responsible for the oversight of all Parole Board operations, Parole Services operations, and serves as the Commissioner to the Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision (ICAOS). He currently serves on the Rules Committee, is Midwest Region chair, and is a member of the Executive Committee for the ICAOS. When not working, Doug enjoys spending time with his family, coaching youth sports, and boating.
Probation Director of Compact and Compliance
Jacey Nordmeyer serves as the Nebraska Commissioner for the Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision (ICAOS). Jacey graduated from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln in 2002 and has a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice. She began her career with probation in 2004, and served as a probation officer until 2013, when she was promoted to Compliance Officer with the Administrative Office of Probation. In 2014, she was appointed to the Deputy Compact Administrator position and currently serves as the Commissioner for the Interstate Compact for Juveniles (ICJ), in addition to her work with the ICAOS. Jacey serves on the Training Committee and as a nationwide trainer for ICAOS. She also trains nationally for the ICJ and serves on the Compliance Committee. In Nebraska, Jacey has spearheaded the implementation of custodial sanctions on interstate compact transfer offenders and worked to implement a process to ensure interstate compact cases are entered into the statewide JUSTICE system. In addition to her work with the Compact Office, Jacey serves as a Compliance Officer for the Administrative Office of Probation and serves on numerous committees.