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Dept. of Corrections - Proposed Rules

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This page contains information about proposed rulemaking by the Oregon Department of Corrections. This includes rule changes that are under consideration, but not yet adopted. All agency rulemaking notices are published by the Secretary of State in the Oregon Bulletin.
 
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Public input is very important to the rulemaking process. The department welcomes comments on proposed rules. When submitting comments, please be sure to include the division number and title of the proposed rule.
 
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Mailing Address:
Rules Office
Department of Corrections
2575 Center Street NE
Salem, OR 97301
 

 

Assignment and Supervision of Inmates for Work Assignments and Unfenced Minimum Housing

These rule amendments are necessary to update the policy for the assessment and assignment of inmates for work assignments and unfenced minimum housing, and to ensure these rules align with revisions to the department rules for assigning custody classification levels to inmates (OAR 291-104). Other changes are necessary to reflect operational changes within the agency.

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Custody Classification Levels of Inmates in DOC Facilities

These rule amendments are necessary to update the policy and procedure of the classification system for assigning inmates with the appropriate custody classification level, which includes utilization of the violence predictor score; clarification of escape definitions within the custody classification guide; and clarification for classification of level 5 inmates.

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Use of Risk Assessment Tools to Classify Offenders and Assign their Level of Community Supervision

These rule amendments are necessary to incorporate by reference and identify by title and file with these rules the risk assessment tools adopted by the department to classify offenders according to risk to assign their level of community supervision. Specifically, these risk assessment tools are the Level of Service/Case Management Inventory, Ontario Domestic Assault Risk Assessment, Public Safety Checklist, Proxy, Static 99R, Stable-2007, and Acute-2007.

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