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This section contains information about proposed rulemaking by the Oregon Youth Authority.  It 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. OYA welcomes comments on proposed rules. When submitting comments, please be sure to include the division number and title of the proposed rule. 

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OYA provides rulemaking documents in .pdf format. In order to view PDF files, you must have Acrobat Reader installed on your computer.   A link to the free Acrobat Reader is available at the bottom of this page.

 

Contact:   Winifred Skinner, OYA Policy & Rules Coordinator, 503-373-7570
               Email winifred.skinner@oya.state.or.us


 

Amending OAR 416-115-0025

OYA is updating its Interstate Commission on Juveniles rules reference.

- Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and Statement of Need/Fiscal Impact
- Text

Last day for public comment: October 2, 2015, by close of business

Amending OAR Chapter 416, division 800

OYA is now considered a "criminal justice agency" for purposes of conducting criminal records checks.  As a result, a "subject individual" no longer has the right to a contested case hearing to challenge a fitness determination.  However, OYA Foster Care Providers and Foster Care Provider applicants may still appeal a fitness determination by requesting a contested case hearing.

- Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and Statement of Need/Fiscal Impact
- Text

Last day for public comment: October 2, 2015, by close of business

Amending OAR Chapter 416, division 320

The amendments clarify who is a superintendent's authorized representative when issuing an all-points-bulletin or arrest order on youth offenders in the community or who may have escaped from close custody. Also updates definitions and Oregon statute references.


- Notice of Proposed Rulemaking and Statement of Need/Fiscal Impact
- Text

Last day for public comment: October 2, 2015, by close of business

Temporary Rule 416-530-0060(17)(e)

Adds control requirement to marijuana and marijuana-related paraphernalia in youth offender foster homes.

- Certificate and Order for Temporary Rules
- Text 

 
Oregon Revised Statutes
  • Statutory Authority:  ORS 420A420419C
  • HB 2500, which was passed by the 2009 Legislature, makes it easier for the public to learn about state government revenues and expenditures.

    If you have questions about the OYA-related information that appears on the state’s transparency site, please send an e-mail to: HB 2500 Questions