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The Psychiatric Security Review Board was originally established in 1977 to supervise those individuals who successfully asserted the insanity defense to a criminal charge. Recognizing that individuals diagnosed with a persistent mental illness have different rehabilitative needs than convicted defendants, this State has invested in a robust mental health system specifically designed for this population. With public safety as its primary focus, the Board has an exceptional record of reintegrating clients into the community with a 5 year average 0.51% adult recidivism rate. In recent years, the Board's responsibilities have expanded to supervise youth and certain civil commitments who are placed under its supervision.
*NEW* To view our 2016 Conditional Release Guide, please click here.
To visit our resources page for GEI/REI hearings, please click here.
For a directory of statewide A&D Resources, please click here.
For information on bed availability by county, please see:
PSRB Case Law
Forms and Templates:
Case Manager Forms:
*NEW* Special Conditions Guide
 Attorney/Judge Resources:
For sample Evaluation Orders for ORS 161.370, ORS 161.365 and ORS 161.31 and Mental health federal firearms prohibitions​, please click here.
Scheduled Hearing Days (Panel) Location:
October 12 (Adult) Portland
October 17 (Juvenile) OSH
October 19 (Adult) OSH
October 26 (Adult) OSH
November 2 (Adult) OSH
November 9 (Adult) OSH
November 14 (Juvenile) OSH
November 16 (Adult) Portland
November 30 (Adult) OSH

 Upcoming Meetings:

Administrative Meetings:

          September 22, 2016 -- 6:00 P.M. (Adult Panel)

          December 1, 2016 -- 6:00 P.M. (Adult Panel)


          Psychiatric Security Review Board
          Conference Room
          610 SW Alder, Suite 420
          Call to be admitted if building doors are secured.