The Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) Demand Forecast provides a population forecast of youth committed to the OYA over the next decade. This forecast is used by the OYA for planning and budgeting. The report is issued twice a year, on April 15 and October 15.
Forecast Primary MeetingMost Recent Forecast
: The next meeting of the forecast advisory committee is scheduled for -
September 14, 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
Each month following the publication of the forecast, OEA issues a tracking report assessing the accuracy of the forecast. You can find the most recent report here - OYA Tracking Report, September 1
Monthly Tracking Report -
Following the close of each biennium, OEA publishes a brief assessing the accuracy of the forecast two years prior. You can find the most recent brif here - OYA Forecast Accuracy Brief, 2021-23
Biennial Accuracy Brief -
Juvenile Correction Population Forecast Advisory Committee
The Juvenile Correction Population Forecast Advisory Committee was formed in 1998 to develop projections regarding the juvenile correctional population. The Committee's projections enable state policy makers to plan appropriately for the needs of that population. The Governor appoints committee members to four-year terms based on the members' knowledge of the juvenile justice system and trends that may affect the juvenile offender population.
Torri Lynn, Linn County Juvenile Department
Honorable Lindsay Partridge, Marion County Juvenile Court
Joe O’Leary, Oregon Youth Authority
Michelle Inderbitzen, Oregon State University
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