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Oregon Juvenile Justice Web Resources

Department of Juvenile Justice, Multnomah County
This web section offers links to Juvenile Counseling Services and Juvenile Custody Services in Portland.
Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior
The Institute on Violence and Destructive Behavior provides consultation and staff development activities and models of effective school, family, and community collaboration that will benefit other schools and school systems attempting to stop the tide of youth violence and antisocial behavior in Oregon.
Office of Vocational Rehabilitation
Oregon's Office of Vocational Rehabilitation Services (OVRS) provides rehabilitation services to persons with disabilities and makes eligibility decisions for disability benefits. Services are provided in collaboration with other businesses, state agencies, community rehabilitation programs, and independent living service providers.
Oregon Criminal Justice Commission
The Criminal Justice Commission serves as an impartial forum for Oregon state public safety policy development and coordination.
Oregon Department of Corrections
The mission of the Oregon Department of Corrections is to promote public safety by holding offenders accountable for their actions and reducing the risk of future criminal behavior.
Oregon Sentencing Guidelines
These guidelines are recommendations for the general operation of detention facilities in the State of Oregon.
Oregon Youth Authority
OYA provides a continuum of services to protect the public and reduce juvenile crime through OYA programs and partnerships with local communities and counties.
Oregon Youth Authority Close Custody Forecast
The Oregon Youth Authority (OYA) Close Custody Forecast provides population figures of the "close custody" population over the next decade. "Close custody" refers to youth housed in secure facilities like MacLaren and Hillcrest, in youth accountability camps, work study camps, and the Intake Center.