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FAUG - Field Automated Users Group

Mission Statement
Contributing to an effective partnership between the Oregon Department of Corrections and the county community corrections agencies by providing a statewide information system and reliably addressing the changing needs of field system users

Officers/General Contact Information
Chair: Lily Morgan (May 2012 - May 2014) 
Co-Chair:  Michael Elkinton 
Recorder: Christopher Swayzee
Membership:  Dru VanRiper  
FAUG Representative Phone Directory (updated 10/15/2012)

Meeting Schedule, Agendas, and Minutes 
 
2012

February: Lane County - Minutes
November:  Josephine County - Minutes

2013

February:  Tillamook County - Minutes
May:  Jefferson County
August:  Polk County
November:  Multnomah County

 
User Group Manuals
FAUG Representative Manual (updated August 2010)
CIS/ISIS Users Guide (updated March 2010)
CIS/ISIS Power Point (updated 12/2/2010)
FAUG Charter     (updated 9/8/2010)
 

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FSN - Fee System Network

Mission Statement
The mission of the Fee Supervision Network (FSN) is to incorporate statewide policies and procedures that enable financial accountability while ensuring fiscal responsibility and offender accountability and developing and implementing standardized procedures to document, maintain, and transfer accurate records of offender costs of supervision.
 
By maintaining consistency within the DOC Fee System, we bring the capability to track offender fiscal conditions throughout the state.  We also create offender accounts that are easily transferred to another county requiring minimal or no adjustment by the receiving county.

FSN accomplishes this mission by increasing our knowledge of and implementing the policies and procedures created, sharing information and expertise, and promoting statewide support and staff participation.
 
Quarterly FSN meetings allow for analysis and solution of problems or issues concerning Fee System accounts, policies and procedures.  Attendance by all Fee System users is encouraged.  Minutes are taken and distributed to all Fee System users and representatives.

Officers/General Contact Information
Chair:  Angie Brown, Josephine County
Co-Chair:  Judy Bell, Benton County
Secretary:  Kerri Humbert, Douglas County
FSN Manual:  Janet Leep, Coos County
Membership:  Crickett Hanna, Jackson County
FSN Representative Phone Directory (June 2012)

Meeting Schedule, Agendas, and Minutes 
 
2012 
 
January:  DOR/Salem - Minutes
April:  Clatsop County - Minutes 
July:  Coos County
October:  Jackson County 

2013

January:  Douglas County
April:  Multnomah County
July:  Klamath County
October:  Washington County
 
Note - All meetings are scheduled from 10am until 2pm

User Group Manuals
2012 Fee Manual (updated April 25, 2011)
Fees By County (updated October 2012)
 

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FVSN - Family Violence Supervision Network

Mission Statement
The mission of the Family Violence Supervision Network (FVSN) is as an intra-state collaboration of parole and probation officers working together with community partners to ensure victim and community safety by developing best practices for the supervision of domestic violence offenders.

Officers/General Contact Information
Chair:  Ed Powell, Hood River County
Co-Chair:  Brad Mondoy, Jefferson County
Secretary:  Michael Crowe, Washington County
    
Meeting Schedule, Agendas, and Minutes 
 
2012
 
March - Minutes

2013

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SOON - Statewide Office Operations Network

Mission Statement
The mission of the Statewide Office Operations Network (SOON) is to:
  • Promote uniformity, standardization and data integrity in community corrections field office operations and automated offender tracking;
  • Define on-going support training needs;
  • Recommend community corrections field office policy and procedure changes; and
  • Address other corrections-related support issues. 

 
SOON accomplishes this mission by increasing knowledge and awareness of the most up-to-date methods, sharing resource information and expertise, and promoting statewide support staff participation.  
 
SOON meetings provide a forum for analysis of problems and formulation of solutions to issues that have a significant impact on field operations and the integrity of the Corrections Information System (CIS) database. Attendance is open to all community corrections staff and minutes are taken at each meeting with distribution to all field support staff, institution records offices, the Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision, Offender Information and Sentence Computation Unit, Information Systems and Services Unit and all county directors (Oregon Association of Community Corrections Directors).  
 
Brief History:  SOON was formed following the implementation of the Department of Corrections´ Offender Profile System in November 1989. This group gives clerical staff a means of communicating their needs to the information systems unit staff responsible for maintaining existing software and implementing new software.

Officers/General Contact Information
Co-Chair:  Chrisy Elven, Washington County
Co-Chair:  Judy Bell, Benton County 
OPS Manual Chair:  Tina Shippey, Coos County
SOON Representative Phone Directory     (updated 7/9/2013)

Meeting Schedule, Agendas, and Minutes

2012

February:  Clackamas County - Minutes 
April:  Hood River County 
June:  Coos County - Minutes
August:  Deschutes County - Minutes  Attachment
October:  Marion County - Minutes
December:  Yamhill County - Minutes

2013

February: Polk County - Minutes & Decision Log
April:  Benton County - Minutes & Decision Log
June:  Tillamook County - Minutes & Decision Log & OSP Fingerprint Presentation
August:  Deschutes County
October:  Hood River County

 
User Group Manuals
Offender Profile System (OPS) Manual (For changes, contact Tina Shippey - Coos County)

OPS Cover and Introduction     (updated 10/21/2009)
OPS Table of Contents     (updated 9/26/2013)
OPS 1 – Public Information     (updated 11/29/2011)
OPS 2 – Admitting Offenders in CIS     (updated 1/12/2012)
OPS 6 – ORS Listing with NCIC Codes     (updated 4/25/13)
OPS 8 – Closing Offender Records in CIS     (updated 6/28/2013)
OPS 9 – Transfers and Field Investigations     (updated 10/21/2011)
OPS 10 – CIS Movement History/Maintenance     (updated 10/26/2011)
OPS 11 – Caseload History Maintenance     (updated 11/29/2011)
OPS 12 – Miscellaneous     (updated 5/31/2013)
OPS 13 – Data Entry Requiring a SUN User     (updated 6/18/2013)
OPS 14 – Odd Scenarios     (updated 1/28/2013)
OPS 15 – SB1145 Data Entry     (updated 2/19/2013)
OPS 16 – Work with INOP Instructions     (updated 1/6/2011)
OPS 17 – DNA Data Entry     (updated 8/28/2013)
OPS 18 – Condition Tracking     (updated 10/9/2012)
OPS 19 – Substance Abuse Tracking     (updated 10/9/2012)
OPS 20 – Report Printing     (updated 1/12/2012)
OPS 21 – OISC Central Records     (updated 1/9/2013)
OPS 22 – Parole Board     (updated 7/25/2013)
OPS 23 – Employee Maintenance     (updated 8/27/2013)
OPS 24 – Checklists and Forms     (updated 4/25/2013)
OPS 26 – Glossary and Terminology     (updated 6/18/2013)
OPS 27 - Fingerprinting     (updated 3/30/2010)
OPS 28 - OJIN and E-Courts (updated 8/30/2013)
 

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SOSN - Sex Offender Supervision Network

Mission Statement
The mission of the Sex Offender Supervision Network (SOSN) is to:
  • Establish statewide leadership;
  • Develop consistent, standard evaluations, treatment and supervision;
  • Share resources and expertise; train and enhance skill development; and
  • Provide educated and informed recommendations and input to the department, to local community leaders and the Legislature on policy issues related to community supervision of sex offenders and their treatment.
History of the Network:  A unique overlay to Oregons sex offender supervision strategy is a line-level group of parole/probation officers empowered to significantly guide the direction of sex offender supervision for the state: the Sex Offender Supervision Network. The Network was founded on the belief that empowerment and participatory management will result in the most effective strategies to manage this and other offender groups.
 
The Network was conceived at a conference in 1990 when three parole/probation officers organized a meeting of POs from all over the state who supervised sex offenders. The participants in this first meeting recognized the value in their increased communication, sharing information and networking with fellow POs who supervised this difficult caseload
 
Where the Network is now:  The Network continues to direct standards for the management of sex offenders in Oregon. Discussions of supervision and sanctioning are initiated by those officers and other professionals working directly with the offenders in the community. Model programs throughout the state have been identified with many of these programs or program components replicated in other jurisdictions. Support and consultation routinely occurs in addressing both local community issues in program development and issues related to individual sex offender cases.  The Network is critical to effective management of sex offenders in Oregon. Through the networks original strategies and vision, Oregon has become a national example in the area of community supervision of this difficult group of offenders.
 
The Sex Offender Supervision Network as a Resource Provides:
  • Development of intensive supervision and specialized caseloads;
  • Training and expertise in identification, development and referral for sex offender evaluation and treatment resources:
    • Effective sex offender treatment programs will significantly slow the cycle of sex abuse. These programs should include supervision by parole and probation officers who have received training in the dynamics of the sex offender and in the techniques that are effective with this population. Sex offender treatment, in the prison and the community, should be provided by licensed sex offender treatment professionals.
  • Competent and professional execution of state statutes related to:
    • Sex offender registration
    • Sex offender community notification
  • Public education: professional and informed, the Network addresses public concerns about risk, risk management, contract prohibitions, notification and registration.
  • Guidance for the sex offender in risk management, treatment issues and early detection of indicators of reoffense.


Officers
Chair:  Brenda Carney, Columbia County
2nd Chair:  Cole Kieling, Clackamas County
3rd Chair:  Dru VanRiper, Jefferson County 
SOSN Phone Directory (updated June 2013) 
  
 

Meeting Schedule, Agendas, and Minutes

2012

January:  Marion County -  
April:  Linn County - Minutes
July:   Minutes
October:  Minutes

2013

May: Lincoln County - Minutes



 
PCSOT (Post Conviction Sex Offender Testing) Polygraph Final

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User Group and Other Miscellaneous Manuals

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