The Offender Management and Rehabilitation Division is responsible for carrying out the Department of Corrections' mission to reduce the risk of future criminal conduct in those offenders incarcerated in prison. The Division impacts 14,200 inmates in state prisons. This division includes the operation of intake, correctional case management, population management, inmate work programs, inmate services including visiting, inmate mail and legal libraries, religious services, sentence computation, offender records, victim services, and institution programs such as: workforce development, education, cognitive programs, and addictions treatment programs.
Correctional Case Management (CCM)
This Department strategic initiative is in its third phase of implementation, during the 2009-11 biennium. Correctional Case Management is the next logical step in implementation of the Oregon Accountability Model – the adopted business strategy for accomplishing the Department's public safety mission. A major component of this undertaking is to reduce the risk of future criminal behavior.
To do so, the Department targets resources to those inmates who are most likely to recidivate. The deliverables for this initiative go well beyond counselors who programmatically manage the offender population, and include all employees as key players in a multi-disciplinary case management approach. In 2009-11, the Department will take the following actions:
- • Create a systematic approach for any development of all divisions' future business practices that impact CCM.
- • Refine institution profiles/mission statements to better manage inmate placement and transition.
- • Develop and implement case management strategies that can be used by all DOC staff.
- • Evaluate and approve inmate transfers from one institution to another, based on a holistic correctional programming approach that facilitates each individual’s rehabilitation.
Office of Population Management (OPM)
In 2006, the Office of Population Management, under the auspices of the Director’s Office, was created to provide strategic planning, oversight, and communication to processes. A systems approach was needed to create well-planned, efficient, collaborative processes and procedures for activities related to movement and housing of inmates, and projection of future housing needs statewide as inmate populations expand.he mission and scope of business activities expanded to address the need for a more global system-wide view. OPM expanded to include capacity management of general and special housing beds, which includes inmate classification, work crew eligibility, unfenced housing, and with redesigning, managing, and auditing all systems related to inmate classification and work eligibility and high-risk inmate management. The unit also manages the inmate conflict system, Interstate Compact, Interstate Agreements of Detainer, International Transfers, case management of Oregon Youth Authority inmates, and management of all inmates housed in county beds or out of state.