Text Size:   A+ A- A   •   Text Only
Find     
Site Image

Dept. of Corr. - Recently Adopted Rules
This page contains rules that have been adopted by ODOC within the last three months, including temporary rules. Rules published by the Secretary of State are available online on a site maintained by the Oregon Secretary of State. The permanent rule compilation published by the Secretary of State are updated the first of every month.  
 
 
 
Use of Risk Assessment Tools to Classify Offenders and Assign their Level of Community Supervision
 
These temporary rule amendments are necessary to expressly 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 and assign their level of community supervision. Specifically, these risk assessment tools are the Level of Service/Case Management Inventory, Ontario Domestic Risk Assessment, Public Safety Checklist, Proxy, Static 99R, Stable-2007, and Acute-2007.
 
Effective: 8/29/14
Text  
 
  
Identification and Management of Inmates that Present with Nonconforming Gender at Intake
 
These rules are necessary to establish the department's policy and procedures for the identification, assessment, review, and management of inmates that present with nonconforming gender at intake to the Department of Corrections.
 
Effective: 10/13/14
 
 
Earned Discharge for Offenders
 
These rules are necessary to implement 2013 legislation (HB 3194) that allows offenders sentenced to felony probation or to the legal and physical custody of the supervisory authority under ORS 137.124(2) to receive a reduction in the period of supervision for compliance with the terms of their supervision. These rules establish a process for granting, retracting, and restoring time credits for eligible offenders in accordance with the provisions of ORS 137.633
 
Effective 11/4/14
 
 
Inmate Grievance Review and Appeal System
 
These rule amendments are necessary to provide clarification to the process for inmates to file a grievance with the Department of Corrections.
 
Effective: 11/19/14