Presentence investigation and report: Contents of report.
1. The report of any presentence investigation must contain:
(a) Any prior criminal record of the defendant;
(b) Information concerning the characteristics of the defendant, his financial condition, the circumstances affecting his behavior and the circumstances of his offense that may be helpful in imposing sentence, in granting probation or in the correctional treatment of the defendant;
(c) Information concerning the effect that the offense committed by the defendant has had upon the victim, including, without limitation, any physical or psychological harm or financial loss suffered by the victim, to the extent that such information is available from the victim or other sources, but the provisions of this paragraph do not require any particular examination or testing of the victim, and the extent of any investigation or examination is solely at the discretion of the court or the Division and the extent of the information to be included in the report is solely at the discretion of the Division;
(d) Information concerning whether the defendant has an obligation for the support of a child, and if so, whether he is in arrears in payment on that obligation;
(e) Data or information concerning reports and investigations thereof made pursuant to chapter 432B of NRS that relate to the defendant and are made available pursuant to NRS 432B.290;
(f) The results of the evaluation of the defendant conducted pursuant to NRS 484.3796, if such an evaluation is required pursuant to that section;
(g) A recommendation of a minimum term and a maximum term of imprisonment or other term of imprisonment authorized by statute, or a fine, or both;
(h) A recommendation, if the Division deems it appropriate, that the defendant undergo a program of regimental discipline pursuant to NRS 176A.780;
(i) If a psychosexual evaluation of the defendant is required pursuant to NRS 176.139, a written report of the results of the psychosexual evaluation of the defendant and all information that is necessary to carry out the provisions of NRS 176A.110; and
(j) Such other information as may be required by the court.
2. The Division may include in the report any additional information that it believes may be helpful in imposing a sentence, in granting probation or in correctional treatment.
Last modified: February 25, 2006