Ten years ago a report by the Nevada Department of Corrections (NDOC) found that the Nevada Department of Parole and Probation (NDPP) was unable to properly manage and prepare inmates for the transition from inmate life to law abiding citizen.1 Recently, however, NDPP reported they have improved their operations and are collaborating with the Nevada Department of Corrections (NDOC) to better serve the inmate population. 2 Yet, even within this report, it appeared that a high number of inmates were not released from prison despite being eligible for parole.3 NDPP reported the two most common reasons why eligible inmates were not paroled as: (1) the inmate refused parole or refused to submit a parole plan (26.2% of inmates); and (2) the inmate submitted a non-viable plan, or their plan was denied during the investigation (18.7% of inmates).