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NOTICES - Rules & Policies


Hearing Scheduled:
Division 85 - Sex Offender Notification Levels
255-085-0010 through 0060
July 18, 2017
10:30am – 12:00 noon
Oregon Correctional Enterprises
3691 State St.
Salem, Oregon 97301
Written comments on the rule changes will be accepted until July 21, 2017 at 5:00pm and can be submitted by email to:  bppps.webmaster@doc.state.or.us
or mail delivery to:
Oregon Board of Parole & Post-Prison Supervision
ATTN: 255-085 Comments
2575 Center St NE, Suite 100
Salem, Oregon 97301
These are the  proposed administrative rule amendments to 255-085 Sex Offender Notification Levels by the Board.
1. Subsections rewritten, reorganized 
 a. 255-085-0010 – Definitions
 b. 255-085-0020 – Sex Offender Risk Assessment Methodology
 c. 255-085-0030 – Assessments and Reassessments
 d. 255-085-0040 – Reviews – Adult Male Registrants
 e. 255-085-0050 – Hearings – Other Registrants
2. Subsection added new
 a. 255-085-0060 – Classification and Final Decision
Proposed Adoption Date: September/October 2017.


Adopted Permanent:
Division 5 - Definitions
255-005-0005 - Definitions
(42) “Reasonable Cause”: The quantum of information that would cause a reasonably prudent person to believe that a condition or circumstance exists.
Addition in bold. Also clean up of grammar and punctuation.
Rule Effective Date: April 5, 2017. 
Adopted Permanent:
Exhibit Q1 - Sex Offender Risk Assessment Scale 
Exhibit Q2 - Sex Offender Risk Assessment Definitions and Criteria
Exhibits amended to update the Sex Offender Risk Assessment Scale, and Definitions and Criteria to reflect current methodologies.
Referenced in rules: 255-060-0011, 0016.
Rule Effective Date: April 5, 2017. 
Adopted Permanent:
Division 80 - Administrative Appeal
255-080-0001 - Exhaustion of Remedies
(1) A Board order is final and effective the date it is signed, however it is not final for purposes of the time period within which to appeal to the Court of Appeals until the inmate/offender exhausts his or her administrative review remedies.
(2) An inmate/offender has exhausted his or her administrative remedies after complying with OAR 255-080-0005 and OAR 255-080-0008, and after the Board denies review, or grants review and either denies or grants relief. The Board shall notify the inmate/offender that exhaustion has occurred and the time for judicial appeal of appealable orders shall run from the mailing date of the notice.
Addition in bold.
Rule Effective Date: April 5, 2017. 


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