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The Board of Parole is responsible for setting supervision requirements and conditions for individuals releasing from Oregon prisons. The Board is also responsible for issuing warrants and approving sanctions for violation behavior up to and including a return to prison. The Board is not responsible for the day-to-day supervision of individuals on post-prison supervision or parole. Instead, the Oregon Department of Corrections and local county community correction agencies do that work. However, the Board maintains meaningful partnerships with the Oregon Department of Corrections and local community corrections offices to ensure the best possible chance for success as well as a seamless transition from prison into the community by using sound, evidence-based practices.
If you are looking for a full list of general/special parole and post-prison supervision conditions please refer to Exhibit J to Oregon Administrative Rule 255-005. You can find it here.
Board Action Form (BAF)
Board Preferences for Warrant
or Arrest and Detention Request
Occasionally it may be neccesary for a supervising officer to modify the conditions of an indivdual's supervision. In this case, a consent to modify form will need to be signed by the offender and submitted to the board. You can find that form
Under ordinary circumstances the Board of Parole and Post-Prison Supervision will not approve requests to allow offenders on parole or post-prison supervision to act as informants for law enforcement agencies. There are circumstances, however, where the Board may authorize such activity if the situation is important enough to
justify placing the offender in association with criminal activity. The full policy and form are located here.
The form to request out of country travel is located here.
Below are the General Conditions (GC) of supervision that individuals who
are on parole or post-prison supervision (PPS) are required to follow. You
can also find the form detailing our parole/PPS Conditions
Board Medical Marijuna Policy
Individual counties may determine how it wants to handle the recreational use of marijuana.
The full policy is located here.
Under most circumstances the Board will not approve
requests for travel outside of the United States for offenders on parole and
post-prison supervision. There are circumstances however, where the Board may
authorize such activity if it is not in conflict with public safety and
offender rehabilitation. You can find the full policy here.
A hearing to determine whether a violation of conditions of parole or PPS occurred, and whether the hearings officer should recommend the offender return to custody or continue on supervision with additional conditions. Morrissey v. Brewer 408 U.S. 471 (1972)
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