Skip to main content
Oregon.gov Homepage

Nathan Gaoiran

Nathan Gaoiran

Nate is currently the Director of Josephine County Community Corrections, where he is responsible for multiple programs aimed at making positive change in the lives of justice-involved individuals.  Nate is responsible for Parole and Probation services, Custody Alternative Programs and Alcohol/Drug Treatment. He has been part of the launch and/or expansion of transitional housing for people with Substance Use Disorder, the Second Chance Employment Program for individuals in recovery, Mental Health Services for justice involved individuals, programs to reduce debt for justice-involved people, gender-specific programming, efforts to reduce overcrowding, and the reduction in Oregon’s prison bed usage, yielding millions of dollars in savings.  
 
Prior to Nate’s current appointment as the Director of Josephine County Community Corrections, he served in community supervision as a Probation Officer for Juveniles, Adult Parole/Probation Officer, and a Program Manager.  Nate has served as an Instructor at a local Community College in the School of Criminal Justice and as an Instructor at the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training, Nate has served as the Chair for the Local Public Safety Coordinating Council, is a Board Member for the Rogue Area Drug Enforcement Team, sits on the Policy Advisory Committee for Drug Court, serves on the Executive Team for Oregon Association of Community Corrections Director’s, and is the Regional Rep for the American Parole and Probation Association,. Nate holds a Master’s Degree in Management, a Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology, and a Minor in Mathematics with an emphasis on research and statistics.

Your browser is out-of-date! It has known security flaws and may not display all features of this and other websites. Learn how

×