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The STOP program stems from the 2017 Oregon Legislative Session, where HB 2355 was enacted and signed into law. The bill requires:

All Oregon Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) to collect specific data related to officer initiated traffic and pedestrian stops.

Oregon State Police (OSP), in consultation with the Criminal Justice Commission (CJC) and the Department of Justice (DOJ), to establish a standardized method for the collection of required data elements from all Oregon LEAs.

CJC to perform the requisite data analysis to identify patterns and practices and profiling and deliver a report to DPSST to provide advice or technical assistance based on the best practices of policing to LEAs.

Help Desk: (503) 991-3290

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Program Research Brief

Kickoff Presentation

Solution Information

STOP Team Contact Information

Ken Sanchagrin - - (971) 719-6000

Alex Pichel - - (971) 301-3844

Angel Pairan - - (503) 991-3290


STOP Communications

Project Update

The following communications have been released pertaining to law enforcement agencies:

STOP Resources

HB 2355 Rollout

HB 2355 requires Oregon Law Enforcement Agencies (LEAs) to report their STOP data under a graduated sequence based on their size in terms of the number of officers with stop authority, as follows:

Oregon Law Enforcement Contacts Committee (LECC)

Profiling Complaint Reporting


All police agencies in the State of Oregon are required to submit a one-page Annual Profiling Complaint Certification Form (see link below) by January 31st of each year that certifies that the agency's policy prohibiting profiling conforms to requirements of ORS 131.920. To access the form, click on the link below:

Oregon Annual Profiling Certification

PROFILING COMPLAINT SUMMARY (Due with each complaint) 

Agencies that have profiling complaints during the past calendar year also need to submit a Profiling Complaint Summary Form (see link below) for each complaint with a redacted copy of the original complaint. The summary forms with attached redacted copies of the original complaints must be submitted with the Annual Profiling Complaint Certification Form.  Agencies that have no profiling complaints only need to submit the Profiling Complaint Certification Form.

Oregon Profiling Complaint Summary


Submit your completed forms to the Criminal Justice Commission to by January 31st.