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Oregon PREA Resource Workgroup
PREA Coordinator, 503-373-7203
Oregon PREA Resource Workgroup
​Hosted by Oregon Youth Authority
Professional Standards Office 
Next meeting scheduled
On hold

Meeting Minutes and Documents

     9/28/2012     12/14/2012     OPR Draft Charter     2/15/2013     5/30/2013   1/31/2014

     February email with ACA Capitol Report

OPR Objectives
  • Maintain representation that is reflective of Oregon’s criminal justice system
    • Priority 1 - Increase membership to include OSP, DPSST, Governors office, victim advocates, contracted providers, and possible 3rd party reporting agencies
      • List of representative individuals/groups/associations (Jennifer)
      • Letter invitation (Jennifer)
      • Presentations (Jennifer)
  • Identify best practices for compliance with National PREA standards
    • Develop and complete a PREA safety video
  • Support compliance to best practices 
    • Gap Analysis—policy/forms, training (staff and youth) and physical plant
    • Sharing of ideas, thoughts, and resources to comply with PREA and improve safety for residents, inmates and detainees 
    • Compliance based on best practices in corrections systems
  • Identify and advocate for potential resources and opportunities
    • OPR-Website, Blog 
    • Sharing information on challenges (identify areas of concern/challenges
    • Address youthful inmate issue (over 18 and measure 11 youth)
  • Collaborate with National PREA Resource Workgroup (NPR–Work) and other national partners
  • Explore and distribute information that supports compliance with auditing standards 
    • Standardized language and feedback from the committee to assist members address compliance issues
    • Collaborative forum to provide clarification on the issues
    • Evaluating compliance (tool kit)
    • Auditing
  • Engage with and keep the Governor’s Office informed of compliance to PREA standards statewide
    • Report to Governor quarterly