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Clarifying amendments to the definition of discharge for cause relating to revocation of fire certifications.
Amending: OAR 259-009-0120
Last Day to Comment: September 21, 2021
Designating Accrediting Bodies for Law Enforcement Agency Accreditation (House Bill 2162).
The purpose of the rule is to designate which accrediting bodies a law enforcement agency in this state may use to obtain the accreditation required by House Bill 2162 from the 2021 Legislative Session. The proposed rule designates the Oregon Accreditation Alliance and the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (CALEA®) as accrediting bodies.
Adopting: OAR 259-008-0500
Last Day to Comment: September 21, 2021
Fee increases for the private investigator and provisional investigator licenses.
This proposed rule change increases the fee for a two-year private investigator or provisional investigator license. The proposed effective date for implementing a fee increase is January 1, 2022.
Amending: OAR 259-061-0010
Last Day to Comment: August 31, 2021
Fee increases for private security provider certifications and licenses.
This proposed rule change increases the fee for each two-year private security provider certification and license. The proposed effective date for implementing a fee increase is January 1, 2022.
Amending: OAR 259-060-0500
Amending OAR definitions based on 2021 legislative changes (SB 41, SB 297, and HB 2111).
This rule change updates OAR 259-008-0005 to align the definitions used in rule with the statutory changes to definitions that occurred during the 2021 legislative session. The rule changes also include housekeeping amendments for punctuation, ORS references, and past legislative changes.
Amending: OAR 259-008-0005
Effective: September 10, 2021
Adopting Curriculum Standards for the DPSST Self-Study Parole and Probation Career Officer Development Course.
This rule change codifies the Board's adoption of the curriculum and the successful completion requirements for the Self-Study Parole and Probation Career Officer Development Course (P&PCOD).
Amending: OAR 259-008-0085
Effective: July 22, 2021
Amending the Grounds to Deny or Revoke a DPSST Criminal Justice Instructor Certification.
These rule changes amend the grounds to deny or revoke the criminal justice instructor certification with a focus on the interpretation and application of Instructor Misconduct. This rule applies to instructors employed by DPSST or the Department of Corrections to deliver mandated training (the basic police course, the basic corrections course, etc.).
Amending: OAR 259-008-0080.
Effective: June 15, 2021
Adds First Aid and CPR certifications to maintenance requirements and cleans up outdated timeline language.
These rule changes add a requirement for certified telecommunicators and emergency medical dispatchers to have current First Aid and CPR certifications to maintain DPSST basic certification. These rule changes also provide housekeeping to remove the timelines that were used to phase in previous changes to the maintenance requirements.
Amending: OAR 259-008-0064.
Effective: June 1, 2021
Adoption of NFPA 1005 (2019 Edition) and NFPA 1021 (2020 Edition) for DPSST Certifications.
These rule changes implement adoption of the 2020 Edition of the NFPA Standard 1021, entitled Standards for Fire Officer Professional Qualifications, and adoption of the 2019 Edition of the NFPA Standard 1005, entitled Standard for Professional Qualifications for Marine Fire Fighting for Land Based Fire Fighters.
Amending: OAR 259-009-0005, 259-009-0062 & 259-009-0065
Effective: May 1, 2021
Reorganization and amendment of the criteria for recognition on the Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Memorial.
These rule changes relocate organizational rule placement of the eligibility criteria for recognition of a fallen law enforcement officer on the Oregon Fallen Law Enforcement Memorial. The changes also include revisions to the eligibility criteria and cleanup of the rule language to address redundancies and unnecessary content.
Amending: OAR 259-008-0100 & Adopting: OAR 259-080-0005
Effective: April 23, 2021
Updates Field Training Manual versions for Parole and Probation Officers and Police Officers.
OAR 259-008-0085 maintains the minimum standards for Board-approved mandated courses, including the field training manuals. This rule change codifies the Board’s review and approval of the new 2021 Parole and Probation Officer Field Training Manual (FTM). This rule change also updates the recognized version of the Police Officer Field Training Manual which was implemented in May 2019.
Adding discrimination to the violations of the moral fitness standards for public safety professional certification.
These rule changes add recognition of discriminatory conduct as grounds to deny or revoke criminal justice public safety professional certifications. The additions were included in the mandatory grounds under discharge for cause and disqualifying convictions. The additions were included in the discretionary grounds under the definitions for Misconduct and Gross Misconduct.
Amending: OAR 259-008-0290, 259-008-0300 & 259-008-0310
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