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Oregon State Police - Proposed Rules
This page contains information about proposed rulemaking by the Oregon State Police.  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.
 
Public input is very important to the rulemaking process.  Oregon State Police welcomes comments on proposed rules.  Submit your comments to the listed contact for each proposed rule. Please be sure to include the number or title of the rule on which you are commenting.
 
 
 
 

Firearms Instant Check System Information Access by Law Enforcement
 

This action amends Oregon Administrative Rule (OAR) 257-010-0055 regarding access in order to comply with statute.   The Agency will accept public comment at the rulemaking hearing and in writing up to January 21, 2011.    
 
 
 
Contact:
Tricia Whitfield, Director
Oregon State Police, Identification Services Section
3772 Portland Rd NE, Bldg C
Salem, OR  97301
503-373-1808 ext. 226
503-378-2121 fax
patricia.whitfield@state.or.us

 
 
 

Regional Information Sharing System Access to Criminal Offender Information
 
The amendments allow all RISSs, even when they are created as distinct legal entities, to access the Department’s criminal offender information so that both the RISSs and the Department can carry out their missions of stopping criminal and terrorist conspiracies and activities that occur across state jurisdictional lines.
 
The Agency will accept public comment at the rulemaking hearing and in writing up to January 21, 2011.
 
 
 
 
Contact:
Tricia Whitfield, Director
Oregon State Police, Identification Services Section
3772 Portland Rd NE, Bldg C
Salem, OR  97301
503-373-1808 ext. 226
503-378-2121 fax
patricia.whitfield@state.or.us
 
 
 

Non-Preference Towing
The changes clean up some contradictory language in the rules and clarify the intent of the agency. The rule changes should make it easier for contractors requesting placement to be placed on the non-preference list and to navigate the process.
 
The agency requests public comment on whether other options should be considered for achieving the rule's substantive goals while reducing the negative economic impact of the rule on business.
 
 
 
 
Contact:
Audrey Shipman
Non-Preference Tow Program Coordinator
Oregon State Police
255 Capitol St. NE
Salem, OR 97310
(503) 934-0270
Audrey.Shipman@state.or.us