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Oregon PREA Resource Workgroup
 
Next meeting scheduled
Meetings will be held at OYA's Central Office in the Willamette Conference Room until further notice. VideoBridge 12 will be available to connect to as well. (No longer at Hillcrest YCF)
 
OYA Central Office
(Willamette Conf. Rm. 2nd Floor)
530 Center Street NE, Suite 200
Salem, OR 97301
*Check in at Reception - Receptionist will guide you where to go.
 
          July         30, 2014       9:00 AM - Noon Canceled
 
October   29, 2014       9:00 AM - Noon  
 

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