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  • House Bill (HB) 2355

      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 of profiling and deliver a report to DPSST to provide advice or technical assistance based on the best practices of policing to LEAS.

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STOP Communications STOP Resources
Project Update

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

STOP FAQs: 05/02/2018​​

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:

Law Enforcement Agency Tiers