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

State-Requested Travel Restrictions

NOTICE: The following is a chronological listing of requests made by individual states to temporarily restrict travel permits to offenders to specific locations for specific events within their states. This list is updated as new requests are made by the Interstate Compact office in the receiving state.

To add your Travel Restriction Request to this list please send the information through the Contact form.

Interstate Compact Offices: In the spirit of the Compact, please contact the receiving state directly if you have an offender requesting to transfer to one of the areas listed below.

September

Puerto Rico
September 17–25

NEW / URGENT: Puerto Rico - The Interstate Compact Office will close at noon today, Monday, September 18, and remain closed until further notice due to preparations for Hurricane Maria. Maria is expected to be a category 3 or 4 hurricane when it makes landfall. No travel permits should be granted until further notice.

Virgin Islands
September 17–25

NEW / URGENT: Virgin Islands - The Interstate Compact Office will close at 2:00pm today, Monday, September 18, and remain closed until further notice due to preparations for Hurricane Maria. Maria is expected to be a category 3 or 4 hurricane when it makes landfall. No travel permits should be granted until further notice to either district—St. Croix or St. Thomas.

Florida
September 20–27

+ Please continue to restrict all travel to Monroe County (the Keys) until further notice.

Please do not allow offenders to independently come to Florida to assist with recovery, clean-up, and all rebuilding efforts. Offenders with existing viable employment with companies licensed in Florida or contracted with a licensed Florida company for such tasks should be closely evaluated and considered on a case by case basis for travel at the discretion of the supervising state.