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Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision | Ensuring Public Safety for the 21st Century

Florida

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Status
Signed into law:
April 10, 2000


Commissioner

Jenny Nimer

Commissioner

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Biography

Jenny Nimer has over 32 years’ experience with the Florida Department of Corrections, serving as the Deputy Secretary of Community Correcti

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Jenny Nimer has over 32 years’ experience with the Florida Department of Corrections, serving as the Deputy Secretary of Community Corrections for the past six years. Mrs. Nimer holds a bachelor’s degree in Criminology from Florida State University and has experience working as a manager in the Department’s research bureau, and as a probation officer, Deputy Circuit Administrator, Assistant Bureau Chief in the Bureau of Probation and Parole Field Services and Deputy Assistant Secretary of Community Corrections. Mrs. Nimer is a member of the Florida Council on Crime and Delinquency, member of the American Probation and Parole Association, member of the American Correctional Association, member of the Rules Committee for the Interstate Compact Adult.

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Compact Administrator

Beth Atchison

Compact Administrator

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Deputy Compact Administrator

State ICOTS Administrator

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ICOTS Administrator

 

Compact Office

Bronta Prophet

Correctional Probation officer

 

Shaquria Evans

Offenders: A - E

 

Agnes Ellis

Offenders: F - L

 

Janise Patterson

Offenders: M - R

 

KRISTI COBB

Offenders: S - Z

 

Shireka Russell

Offenders: Sex Offenders

 

Christopher Lane

Unit Supervisor: Warrants / Retaking / PC Hearings

 

Victims’ Representative

Lisa Kinard

Victim Services Administrator

 

Documents

Bill/Statute

Number: FSA 949-07

State Council

Members

  Jenny V. Nimer, Assistant Secretary for Community Corrections (Chair)
  Honorable Raag Singhal, 17th Judicial Circuit
  Katie Cunningham, Executive Office of the Governor
  Sheriff J. Harrell Reid, Hamilton County Sheriff’s Office
  Patricia Tuthill, Peyton Tuthill Foundation for Victim’s Rights



Fees

Supervision

Regular Probation is $103.72/mo

If offender is declared indigent by the sentencing authority or by having used the Public Defender, the rate is $50/mo

Community Control (house arrest) is $124.71 (established per diem rate OR $50 indigency rate if Public Defender used)

Application

N/A

Other

Electronic Monitoring: $4.90/day
Drug Testing Fee: $30–$65 (onetime fee)