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

Kentucky

Kentucky

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Status
Signed into law:
April 21, 2000


Commissioner

Kim Potter-Blair

Commissioner / Compact Administrator

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Biography

Kimberly Potter-Blair is the Deputy Commissioner of Support Services for Kentucky’s Department of Corrections. She began her career with the Dep

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Kimberly Potter-Blair is the Deputy Commissioner of Support Services for Kentucky’s Department of Corrections. She began her career with the Department of Corrections on Feb. 1, 1998 as a Corrections Officer at Blackburn Correctional Complex. She has since served as a probation officer and in supervisory positions. Potter-Blair is a graduate of Kentucky State University where she received her bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice and a master's degree in Public Administration. 

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Deputy Compact Administrator

Don Werner

DCA Parole

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Steve Turner

DCA Probation

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State ICOTS Administrator

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ICOTS Administrator

 

Victims’ Representative

Tammy Lou Wright

Victims' Representative

 

State Council

Members

Senator John Schickel, Chair, representing the Senate
Ronald L. Washington, Vice Chair, representing members at-large
Jennifer Ann Moore, representing members at-large
Representative Will Coursey, representing the House of Representatives
Connie M. Payne, representing the Judicial Branch
Jeffrey Rogers, representing members at-large
Lewis G. Paisley, representing members at-large
Tammy Lou Wright, representing members at-large
Kimberly N. Bunnell, representing the Judicial Branch
Rhonda Henry, representing members at-large
Rodney Ballard, Commissioner, Department of Corrections
James Erwin, Deputy Commissioner, Department of Corrections
Kimberly Potter-Blair, Deputy Commissioner of Support Services, Interstate Compact Commissioner

Meeting Documents

12/06/16



Fees

Supervision

Based upon what was ordered by the court or parole board if the offender would have been supervised in the state of conviction. If there is not a mention of a supervision fee, Kentucky generally charges no more than $25/mo.

Application

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