(e) all detainees who may be locked up in a body in accordance with the provisions of this covenant are treated appropriately and humanely and are treated in the same manner with similar detainees of the host state, who may be locked up in the same body. Being detained in a host state does not deprive an inmate who is so limited to the legal rights that the detainee would have had if he had been locked up in an appropriate institution of the sending state. The Interstate Compact for Adult Offenders Supervision (OACIOS) is a formal agreement between Member States to promote public safety by systematically controlling and controlling the intergovernmental movement of legitimate adult offenders. All states, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin Islands and Washington D.C. have accepted the Interstate Compact. This pact remains in force and will remain binding on a party state until it has adopted a statute that repeals the same statute and provides for the transmission of a formal written notification of withdrawal from the pact to the competent officials of all other states. Effective revocation does not take effect until one year after the registration in this Statute is sent. This revocation does not absone the outgoing state from its obligations, which it assumed prior to the revocation, which takes effect.
Before the revocation takes effect, a State of withdrawal presents itself on its territory at its own expense, the detainees which it is able to limit in accordance with the provisions of this pact. None of the elements contained in this pact should be interpreted in such a way that an agreement or other agreement that a State party may have with a non-partisan state to confiscate, rehabilitate or care for detainees is repealed or repealed other state party laws that authorize the establishment of cooperative institutional agreements. b) Competent officials of a contracting state have access, at any appropriate time, to any institution in which they have the contractual right to imprison detainees for the purpose of inspecting their facilities and visiting landlocked institutions at the institution. The party states that the policy of each of the party states is to provide such equipment and programmes on the basis of cooperation between them in order to serve the best interests of these offenders and society and to achieve savings on investment and operating costs. The aim of this pact is to ensure the mutual development and implementation of such cooperative programmes for the containment, treatment and rehabilitation of offenders using the most cost-effective human and material resources. The Interstate Compact for Adult Offender Supervision has set up the Interstate Commission for Adult Offender Supervision to achieve its goal. The Commission has the power to set rules that have the strength and effect of the law and that are binding on condensation states. The Commission also has the authority to monitor, monitor and coordinate the intergovernmental movement of offenders eligible for transfer under the Interstate Compact. b) A detainee who flees an organ in which he is locked up under this pact is considered a refugee from the sending state and the state where the institution is located. In the event of a leak in a jurisdiction other than that of the Sending State or the host state, the responsibility for initiating extradition or transfer proceedings is that of the Sending State, but nothing of it should be interpreted in order to prevent or affect the activities of officials and bodies of any jurisdiction aimed at the collection and return of a flight agent.